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A dynamic metropolis on the southern coast of Spain with one of the best climates in Europe.

Recognitions

8th best European city for its strategy to attract foreign direct investment – FDi magazine, March 2016.

1 of the 52 Places to Go in 2016 - The New York Times, January 2016.


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Executives from foreign companies share their keys to success in Malaga.

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Latest Arrivals

 

The Northern Irish company Neueda, dedicated to digital transformation, has invested more than 560,000 euros in its new Software Excellence Center in the Andalusian Technological Park (PTA), located in Malaga. Neueda has development centers in Belfast, London & now Malaga. Given the uncertainty surrounding 'Brexit', they decided to move to the Eurozone to discourage the mobility of their professionals. Recognized in 2017 with a Great Place to Work award, Neueda has job openingsfor senior & junior development profiles.

 

The German company Dekra recently opened a test circuit for connected & automated vehicles, which will be part of its international network of research facilities. The circuit occupies 50,000 square meters in the expansion area of the PTA. The German giant has invested around 10 million euros since it bought the Malaga company AT4 Wireless in 2015.

 

The Dutch software multinational, Solviteers, arrives to the PTA. With the opening of this new office in Malaga, it is only the second branch outside of the Netherlands. The company works in 3 areas: cloud services & infrastructure, consulting & implementation & software development.

 

The Danish multinational Kamstrup, provider of intelligent solutions for the measurement of energy & water consumption with more than 70 years of history & employees in 24 countries, has inaugurated its new development center in the Green Ray building by PTA-University of Malaga

 

Tech Talent South Spain is a U.S. programming school that opened in September & already has students in its Junior Programmer courses. The school follows the intensive coding boot camp methodology which is very practical & oriented to beginners.

 

The Dutch company Cordis opens an R & D center in the PTA. With these facilities, the company reinforces its commitment to the development of technology for the 4.0 industry & begins its expansion in Europe.