Why set up your international business in Malaga, Spain?
Malaga is a municipality of Spain in the autonomous community of Andalusia. It is a connected area, specialised in new technology and high-quality infrastructure in all domains. It offers a multicultural environment at lower setting up costs than big economic cities.
Setting up your international business in Malaga
- The economic and technological capital of the Autonomous Community of Andalusia.
- An avant-garde and metropolitan town, where the climate, culture, infrastructure and talent make it a favourable place to work and live.
- Innovative, technological and Smart City Strategy, as shown by the 2018-2022 Strategic Plan for Technological Innovation:
- The city’s modernisation and internationalisation process began more than 20 years ago and today, it rests on five solid pillars: trade, technology, science, university, and culture.
- A city that took on the United Nations’ 2030 Programme: 17 Sustainable Development Objectives.
In moving to Malaga, or in opening an office or workplace there, you will benefit from:
- Lower implementation costs than those of the big economic Spanish capitals- Madrid and Barcelona.
- A cosmopolitan town, which citizens of 140 different nationalities have chosen to either live, work, or for the development of their businesses.
- An excellent university with more than 159 undergraduate degrees, PhD and master’s programmes, business schools, international schools, a qualified workforce with a lower cost of labour than other cities and an elevated quality of life.
- In an excellent location, the city offers a dense network of multimodal infrastructure:
- The first Andalusian airport and the fourth of the Iberian Peninsula.
- Cruise port, capable of managing the transit of a million travellers a year and coastal navigation specialised in container and vehicle traffic.
- High speed train that links Malaga to Madrid in 2.5 hrs and to Barcelona in 5 hrs.
- A dense network of roads and motorways.
- A geostrategic position in the Mediterranean Arc.
- Malaga’s global visibility continues to rise:
- Areas of new technology, innovation, and knowledge.
- The city has made an important commitment to become the headquarters for international organisations:
- The headquarters of the International Training Centre of UNITAR Authorities and Managers, a United Nations autonomous body for diplomatic training.
- The headquarters of the United Nations Capital Development Fund.
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Businesses already set up in Malaga
Large, multinational companies have set up in the city, such as Google, Agilent Technologies, Alstom, Bombardier, Computer Science Corporation, Coritel / Accenture, Ericsson, Huawei, Oracle, Siemens, TDK-EPC, Orpea, Thales, Staton Fisher, jetex, Care pour moi, Basebone, coco et Lola, Movework, Chrono obsession, Softproject, Piksel, Métrica 6, Holland Innovations, Cadelmar…