“Telefónica is helping to save lives” David Bartolomé

Meet David Bartolomé, Digital Channels Business Analyst at Telefónica Spain. Discover his career.

Meet David Bartolomé, Digital Channels Business Analyst at Telefónica Spain.
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How long have you been with Telefónica and how would you rate your time here?

It has been 23 springs in this house, with several legal offices and cities, and countless projects and colleagues. A lifetime! The evaluation is very positive since they have flown by. Many non-telephonic friends always ask me if I am bored being always in the same company; if they knew how many different projects I have been able to work on they would change the question!

Is there any project at Telefónica that you are particularly proud or satisfied with? 

I couldn’t pick one in particular, I am fond of many. For proximity, I could say that I was very proud that thanks to an open innovation project between one of our customers and an Open Future startup, a product was created that is now marketed with Telefónica and that you can see in La Cabina. Let’s see if you know what it is (hint: it can help save lives).  

What do you think Telefónica has contributed to society? 

If I had to highlight one thing, I would say that fundamentally it has given us the ability to connect with the people we love: first with landlines, then came mobiles, the internet and the ability to communicate by videoconference ….. and in no time we will be sitting next to the people we love who live far away like a hologram. 

Where do you see Telefónica in the future? 

Offering the best network capabilities and the latest technology so that businesses and customers can use our services to improve their daily lives. 

Could you live without a mobile phone? 

Sure…. but when we have another device to communicate more comfortably and with more features! In the meantime, I don’t think so 

Help us solve one of the great enigmas of humanity: the potato omelette… With onion or without onion? 

Let’s see, I don’t want to give a masterclass telling you that the original recipe from 1798 found in Villanueva de la Serena doesn’t mention onion or that our ambassador Ferrán Adriá is sincebollista. I’m going to appeal to the pocket: the price increase for onions last year was 238%. You know what, sincebollistas! 

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In #Thespanishomelettething tag section we interview Telefónica’s employees on a variety of topics, while trying to solve one of humanity’s greatest dilemmas.

The Spanish omelette ranking

59%

WithOnionists

23%

WithoutOnionists

18%

OtherOnionists

Get into the ranking! We want to know about you – tell us your story!
* This interview is aimed at Telefónica’s employees


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