22 September 2017 – Eje Prime
Uber has put the brakes on and come to a stop in Madrid. The private transport company is following in the footsteps of companies such as PayPal, Huawei and HBO, which have all opened offices in the capital, from where they manage their operations in Spain and Southern Europe. The group has leased 700 m2 of space in the digital innovation centre The Cube, according to a statement issued by the company.
Uber, which is led in Spain by Juan Galiardo, will move into the digital innovation and coworking centre, from where it will manage the expansion of the company across the country. The offices are located at number 25 on Calle Rufino, Madrid.
The group is whereby following in the footsteps of other companies such as PayPal, which has just opened new offices in Torre Picasso, Madrid, and the US giant HBO, which recently opened its headquarters for the Spanish market on Madrid’s Gran Vía.
Original story: Eje Prime
Translation: Carmel Drake