Barcelona is the Mobile World Capital (MWC), a position that places the capital of Catalonia at the top table of mobile technology, and allows the city to become one of the leading destinations for investment in mobile technology – both of the capital and human
As one of the most important tourism destinations in the Mediterranean, Barcelona’s economy is dominated by its services sector, although the traditional industrial heartland that
carried Spain through the industrial revolution is alive and well. Ongoing construction projects, coupled with automotive, chemical-pharmaceutical and food clusters are
As a city of innovation, Barcelona is growing as a hub for biotechnology and research—and on a global scale. Incredibly, this little piece of Europe accounts for nearly 1% of global scientific production, with 12 world-class universities, more than 60 research centres, 15 internationally-revered
Since the Olympics of 1992 the numbers of tourists has grown almost exponentially - from 2.45 million in 1993 to 7.44 million in 2012, with the number expected to break through the 8 million barrier with ease, and in fact, approach 9 million.