What to know about Spain
In an ideal location between France and Portugal on the Iberian Peninsula, Spain benefits from a highly desirable climate. Having been the world’s first great empire, Spain continues to benefit from strong international trade relations and a stable economy. There characteristics make it a country with enormous potential for international investors, digital nomads and businesses.
With an optimal quality of life and well-being, it boasts cosmopolitan cities such as Madrid and Barcelona as well as idyllic beaches and countryside. Spain consistently ranks among the best countries in the world to start a new life or establish new business relationships.
The Mediterranean diet, a relaxed way of life, an excellent health care system and the Mediterranean climate have contributed to the wellbeing of Spain’s residents, making it the country with the second highest life expectancy on the planet.
Spain’s business schools and universities are ranked among the best in the world and are some of the main sources of talent for recruiters. Spain also ranks among the 35 safest countries in the world.
Spain offers many advantages for multinationals, especially for non-EU entities. These include market size, infrastructure development, talent, innovation capacity, quality of life, costs and business environment. More than 14,000 foreign-owned companies are registered in Spain, 84% more than 10 years ago.
Solutions for living in Spain
There are different programs for obtaining permits to live and work in Spain. Find out which one best suits you and your needs as a Philippine investor.
Golden Visa Spain
Non Lucrative Residency
Residency for highly qualified professionals in Spain
Inter-Company Transfer Residency in Spain
Student visa in Spain
Job search visa
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