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President Sánchez meets with the CEO of US-based GlobalLogic, who announces new software centers and hiring of 3,000 engineers in Spain

​The President of the Government of Spain, Pedro Sánchez, has held a meeting with the CEO of GlobalLogic, Nitesh Banga, in which they discussed the establishment in Spain of several digital engineering centers that will involve the multinational hiring 2,500 to 3,000 high value-added employees and software engineers.

January 16, 2023

GlobalLogic is Hitachi's subsidiary specializing in advanced software and has chosen Spain, specifically Valencia and Malaga, to locate its first two operations centers in southern Europe in 2023. Subsequently, it will also expand its activity to Madrid and Tarragona.

In his meeting with the Chief Executive, the head of the multinational underlined the company's commitment to Spain and to digitalization, while Pedro Sánchez highlighted the strengths of our country with its high added value human capital.

The president also reiterated Spain's important attraction for international talent, following the approval of the law on startups. He also emphasized the government's commitment to the digitalization of our country in areas such as 5G, semiconductors, cybersecurity, artificial intelligence and the data economy. Our country is one of the most digitized countries in the EU and has the opportunity to support these investments through the European funds of the Recovery PlanIt opens in new window.




Original statement from La Moncloa (Spanish Presidency)