Kindred team has announced an opening of a brand new technology hub in the capital of Spain designed to attract “great gift ” to the corporation.
The new facility will complement the company’therefore network of other tech hubs, encouraging Kindred’s international projects, instead of focusing on the Spanish sector.
Kindred Group’s head of communications Alexander Westrell said the Madrid foundation will be a useful place for attracting tech specialists.
Alexander Westrell said:
“Spain, and Madrid particularly, was selected after doing a comprehensive analysis of potential new locations in Europe and Southeast Asia, based on the capability to locate great ability.
“Kindred has a long history of very successful multi-cultural recruiting and relocation, and this is now an additional way of growing.
“Also, as we are extremely good in virtual team cooperation and making the most of an electronic office. We are not necessarily bound to certain locations. ”
Confirmation of this new facility comes following the company this week issued an application to get a Swedish permit as it attempts to build on success in its home nation.
Kindred recently announced an impressive set of statistics for the Q2 through which earnings hiked 31% year-on-year to €245m.