The Iveco Madrid factory will incorporate 1,200 new employees into its workforce until 2016, while 500 new employees will be incorporated at this plant until the end of the financial year.
This expansion is a sign of InMobi’s commitment to the Spanish market, and follows the opening of its Paris office last year, demonstrating its readiness to capitalise on opportunities across Southern Europe as a whole.
Madrid Emprende in Madrid, Spain. Through its Soft Landings program, NBIA recognizes incubators that are especially capable of helping nondomestic companies enter the incubator's domestic market. Madrid Emprende was selected for the program because of its slate of business services for nondomestic firms and its demonstrated success at helping firms enter the Spanish market, said Tim King, NBIA international programs operations manager.
King Worldwide Investor Relations, the new division of DF King Worldwide, has chooses Madrid as headquarters for its new office for Spain and Portugal. The Madrid headquarters, directed by Mr. Manuel Enrich, is part of King Worldwide’s growth plans in Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA).
The Millennium Project Workshops have enjoyed the participation of experts from universities, NGO’s and UN agencies, and political representatives from 40 countries.
Sara Lee Corporation has announced the sale of Bimbo Spain and Portugal to Bimbo Mexico (a company with which it shares its name but to which it is not administratively bound). The agreement, as the conglomerate stated in a memo, affects all brands of fresh bread products of Sara Lee in Spain and Portugal, and comprises 7 factories: Cantabria, Madrid, Barcelona, Alicante, Guadalajara and two more in Portugal.
Deloitte, author of the guide: 'Investing in Spain, a guide for Chinese Businesses', was supported at the presentation of its guide by the Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (ICBC) and the Embassy of the People’s Republic of China in Spain; the Mayor of Madrid was also in attendance.
At moments like these, when economic activity has decreased in our country, it is essential to facilitate the entry of our businesses into foreign markets. For this reason, as part of the task of supporting entrepreneurship, performed by the Economic Development Agency of Madrid City Council, Madrid Emprende, the Agency has organized an event together with the European Chambers of Commerce and the Innovation Forum, on the financing of the internationalization of Madrid’s businesses, which took place on Wednesday, October 19, at the headquarters of Madrid Emprende.
Maxam, the former Unión Española de Explosivos (Spanish Explosives Union), is the European leader in the civil explosives sector.
The predictions of investment by foreign businesspeople for next year are very positive and have improved from the previous year.