Catalonia has historically been a place with a flair for business and this has given it a solid and varied economy. In fact, Catalonia can boast more economic diversification than many other areas in Europe, combining traditional industrial sectors with new emerging business areas.
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The report collects the main data from the digital platform Barcelona&Catalonia Startup Hub created by Catalonia Trade & Investment, which acts as a meeting point for Catalan startups with the aim of positioning the Catalan ecosystem at an international level and encouraging investment attraction. Read more
Located both in Barcelona, IESE is placed in the 6th position and ESADE in the 13th in the global ranking. The ranking evaluates criteria such as the level of internationalization of business schools or the professional and salary progression of graduates, among others. Read more
A report by Barcelona City Council and the Chamber of Commerce highlights that Barcelona is the third preferred city in Europe to set up a startup and the 5th of the world for talent attraction. Read more
The Minister of Enterprise and Knowledge of the Government of Catalonia, Àngels Chacón, heads an institutional mission in Israel in order to foster collaboration between the ecosystems of innovation in both territories and position the Catalan startups hub. Read more