Barcelona and Catalonia are attracting more and more technological projects.

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Catalonia in Business
Catalonia Trade & Investment
Issue 60 | February 25th, 2021
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5 reasons why you’ll find the tech talent you need in Barcelona-Catalonia
Barcelona and Catalonia are attracting more and more technological projects. The number of foreign tech companies setting up in Catalonia grew by 21% in 2019, and they all agree that the key to the success of a tech-based project is finding the right talent. What does Barcelona-Catalonia have to offer?
“Barcelona has an above average level of talent and skilled workers"
Universal Robots chose Barcelona for the creation of the first industrial automation hub outside of Denmark. Jacob Pascual, Regional Sales Director, highlights in this interview the availability of qualified talent to develop their business out of Catalonia.
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“Catalonia's tech ecosystem is strong and has emerged stronger from this crisis than in other economies"
Barcelona Digital Talent was set up with the aim of consolidating Barcelona and Catalonia as southern Europe’s most important tech talent hub. Director Jordi Arrufí gives a breakdown of the Catalan ICT sector and the ways to generate, retain and capture valuable technological talent.
Check out the interview here!
The international mobility service can help you relocate in Barcelona-Catalonia
Air China, Nestlé, and Smilegate are two examples of international companies that have used Catalonia Trade & Investment’s fast-track service to facilitate mobility of executives and technical staff to Barcelona-Catalonia. Our agency offers detailed information on all types of visas and residence or work permits to companies investing in the area.
Catalan startup Citibeats powers World Health Organization project to analyze data and content related to Covid-19 with A.I.
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The Barcelona Design centre launches Inspired in Barcelona, a new platform to promote Catalan creative talent and design internationally
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7 Catalan startups, selected to participate at Euronext’s TechShare program to go public on stock Exchange
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Barcelona-based Wallbox closes a €33M investment round to expand its electric car charging systems globally
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Global logistics company Maersk chooses Barcelona to open its first platform in Southern Europe
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Advanced Factories
April 20-22
EU Startups Summit
April 29-30
Automobile Barcelona
May 6-7
May 17-20
SIL Barcelona Expo & Congress
June 1-3
Integrated Systems Europe
June 1-4
Mobile World Congress
June 28 - July 1
Open Calls for Startups
Various locations and times
fDi Catalonia
Catalonia Trade & Investment is the public agency of the Catalan Government that works to attract foreign investment to Barcelona and Catalonia, promoting the area as an attractive, innovative and competitive business location.
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