Euroairlines Group present at the presentation of Invest Valencia with Valencia Premium.
The presentation of Invest Valencia for members of the Valencia Premium association took place today at the SH Valencia hotel. Euroairlines was represented by its Business Development Director, Guillermo López Lázaro. He is also a member of the Board of Directors of Valencia Premium.
In the presentation, the importance of ‘Invest in València’ as an instrument to attract investment to the city, collaborate with local and national institutions, create a network of professional experts and suppliers and build community with foreign companies in Valencia and Valencians abroad was discussed.
It has been reported how ‘Invest in Valencia’ is a success story of public-private collaboration. The main objective is to align institutions with companies to drive added value in Valencia. “We have to make it easy for companies to come. Our city competes with the rest of Spain to position itself and in Valencia we have two fundamental attributes: talent management and the city’s quality of life. “Valencia is always a good idea”, concluded the Invest Valencia management team.
Invest in València, stressed the need to create positive economic impact in the city of Valencia. “We are efficient connectors”. The main objective of Invest in València is to attract new investment projects to the city of Valencia to consolidate its economic and technological development. It is a model of permanent collaboration and the work of the whole of Valencia’s civil and business society.” On the performance of this initiative, he assured that it has been very high. “We have had a return on investment of 5.6 million euros and 17 success stories in our first year. The goal for 2024 is to consolidate.
The success stories are projects in the R&D&I, tech, health and logistics sectors, including companies such as Hyperion Group, CKS Consulting, Commercetools, Aviatar, Odoo, Arkhaus, Taligent, Siemens, principal 33, Urb-it, Bosonit, Inverid and Adaptamix, and the most proactive economies have been Germany, the Nordic countries and the USA, with Southeast Asia remaining as a pending issue.