The President of the Government, Pedro Sánchez, held a meeting this morning with the CEO of GlobalLogic, Nitesh Banga, in which they discussed the establishment in Spain of several digital engineering centers that will involve the hiring of this Hitachi subsidiary up to 2,500 to 3,000 high value-added employees and software engineers.
GlobalLogic, specialized in advanced software, has decided to establish its first two operations centers in southern Europe in Valencia and Malaga in 2023 with the intention of later expanding its activity to Madrid and Tarragona as well.
The top executive of GlobalLogic has highlighted the commitment to Spain and the commitment to digitization in his meeting with the President of the Spanish Government, who has highlighted the strengths of Spain, with human capital of high added value.
Likewise, Sánchez has also highlighted the important attraction of Spain to attract international talent, after the approval of the startup law and has emphasized the Executive’s commitment to the digitization of the country in areas such as 5G, semiconductors, cybersecurity, artificial intelligence and the economy. of the date.
“Spain attracts green and digital investment”, the President of the Government highlighted on his official Twitter profile. “We are committed to territorial cohesion and an inclusive digital transformation, with public-private collaboration”, he added.
Attraction of foreign companies
The attraction of foreign investment continues to be one of the Executive’s priorities and, precisely this Monday, the Minister of Industry, Tourism and Commerce, Reyes Maroto, met with the firm Inobat Auto to negotiate the installation of a battery plant for electrified cars in Valladolid.
If it occurs, the installation of the industrial complex would mean an investment of 3,000 million euros in the capital of Castilla y León. Likewise, the President of the Government has several meetings in Davos with leaders of multinationals with the same objective. This is the case of the CEO of Qualcomm, Cristiano Amon, with whom he already met in the previous edition; Dow Chemical CEO Jim Fitterling; or the president of Air Liquide, Benoît Potier.
In addition, we will also hold meetings with the CEO of BlackRock, Larry Fink, and the CEO of Mubadala, the sovereign wealth fund of the United Arab Emirates, Khaldoon Al Mubarak.
These meetings take place shortly after in the addendum to the Recovery, Transformation and Resilience Plan, the Government reserves