-- Asia goes global - via Barcelona --

Is your firm on the cusp of going global? Do you plan to expand some or all of your operations to Europe? Or are you already in Europe, but are thinking of relocating? Then attend this FT Executive Breakfast Briefing to hear how a growing number of Asian and international firms are benefiting from their decision to 'open shop' in Barcelona.

Location, location, location...
Considered one of Europe's most integrated innovation and logistics hubs, locating in Barcelona will help your business to innovate better and faster as well as affording you easy access to both the European markets and the burgeoning economies of Latin American. Rated as one of the worlds most exciting places to live, Barcelona's lifestyle 'buzz' also helps attract the very best international talent to its shores.

If you are thinking about bringing your business to Europe, then attend this FT Doing Business in Barcelona Breakfast Briefing to hear how your firm could benefit from locating some or all of its operations here.

  • Learn from the experience of companies that have made Barcelona the hub of their international operations
  • Gateway to Europe, bridge to Latin America: offer a more localised service to your European and Latin American clients
  • Hear how to tap into an immediate pool of highly educated, international talent
  • Innovation clusters: benefit from the interplay and cross-pollination between sectors
  • Meet policy-makers and government officials

Why Attend?
This is a C-suite-level briefing packed with practical and in-depth information on Barcelona's significant assets as a European innovation and logistics hub. You will meet and hear from a senior government delegation as well as learn from the experiences of international and Asian firms that have already successfully made the move.

The briefing will include a spotlight on innovation as a means to 'bullet-proof' and 'future-proof' your business during these tough times.

There is no charge to attend, however places are limited and early booking is recommended.

To register your interest online, click here. Or download registration form and fax to 852-2537 1211