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José Manuel Montalvo started his television career when he won Mister Spain in 2008, although he originally trained as an aeronautical engineer. Since winning the competition, he has modelled on the world’s most famous catwalks, as well as working as a TV presenter and the face of various brands, such as Blusens, Lancaster and Carmelo.

José Manuel has also been a successful businessman since he was just 21 years old. His first project in 2002, Mag Servicios Integrales, today employs more than a hundred workers, and he is the manager of Limpiezas Parque Europa, a maintenance company with branches in Madrid, Malaga and Castilla la Mancha.


After graduating as a sommelier and, as a professional bartender, becoming an official member of the FABE (Spanish Bartender Association Federation), Juan García Postigo gained a wealth of experience in prestigious restaurants until he set foot in the fashion world, when he became Mister Spain in 2006.

He also won the Mister World title in 2007. That was the moment his life changed. His career on the catwalks of the world’s fashion capitals, such as Paris or Milan, took off and he began representing companies all over the world.

He has appeared in many Spanish TV shows as presenter, collaborator and actor. He has also appeared as a participant in several game shows. Juan then began his first adventure in the business world with the creation of his very own wine, JG. He oversees the entire wine making process from beginning to end, from when the first grape ripens to when the wine is finally bottled.

As a milestone, in addition to his entrepreneurial work, in 2019 he completed the Management Development Programme run by the San Telmo International Institute in Malaga.


Born in Malaga, Carlos Cabezas started his sports career at the Marbella Basketball Club when he was just a toddler. He has subsequently won countless championships and is one of the most renowned Spanish basketball players. Carlos spent a season playing in Russia, making him one of the best-paid Andalusian players in Europe at the time.

It didn’t take him long to be awarded the medals of honour granted by Andalusia and Marbella for his achievements in sports. The city of Malaga has made him an honorary citizen.