¿Por qué Madrid?
¿Por qué Madrid?
Según nuestra evaluación del ecosistema de innovación y emprendimiento de Madrid, los siguientes factores son algunas de las principales fortalezas de la región.
Madrid hosts most of the headquarters of the biggest Spanish corporations: 38% of total corporations and 18 of the 35 IBEX35 Stock Index. Most of the companies with more than 1,000 employees.
Total ibex stock index
Strategic position: 175 airport connections, 2nd largest high-speed railway infraestructure of the world & 46 radial connections within Spain and Portugal. Madrid has a key potential to attract talent from Latam as the main bridge with Europe and Middle-East.
largest high-speed railway infraestructure of the world
radial connections within Spain and Portugal
Madrid education system is a prominent asset: high quality STEM university education, prestigious business schools, high-quality University research, and a growing number of bilingual schools.
in engineering qualification in Ranking IMD 2016
in global talent competitiveness index 2017
Business Schools top positions in global rankings
The competitive wages, combined with the high rates of productivity and the unemployment conditions compared with the national average, make of Madrid an excellent region for attracting new corporates.
productivity increase from 2002 to 2015
position in terms of productivity
under OECD average
Madrid is the region with the lowest tax burden of Spain, presenting an attractive fiscal environment.
Spanish peronal income tax
Reports and surveys about attitude of local population, working hours and even weather place Madrid in Top 3 of the best cities to live in. High life expectancy and one of the best public health systems of the world are also advantageous for the region.
life expectancy of Europe
best city to live in the world for InterNations Expat Insider 2016