The agreement between Actua and Barcelona Tech City
The collaboration agreement between Actua and Barcelona Tech City (BTC) promotes the exchange of initiatives that encourage and promote digitalization and technological sectors.
The aim of this agreement is for Andorra as a country and Andorran companies to benefit from the opportunities offered by this association for technological development and digitalization, as well as for their internationalisation.
Andorran companies and start-ups with technological, digitalization and innovation projects can enjoy the benefits of this agreement.
The advantages provided by this agreement with Barcelona Tech City are:
We connect you with internationally recognized companies, start-ups and entrepreneurs, in accordance with your needs.
We give you access to all the activities and training sessions organized by Barcelona Tech City. Andorran companies and entities will be able to apply, through Actua, for specific training courses provided by Barcelona Tech City in Barcelona.
We offer you the opportunity to use Actua’s facilities inside Barcelona Tech City’s building. The space is free of charge and companies can stay for a maximum period of three months.
You’ll be able to access training courses, seminars and connections with Barcelona Tech City partners in Andorra.
If you are interested in taking advantage of any of these opportunities, please fill out this form and we will contact you.
What is Barcelona Tech City?
Barcelona Tech City is a non-profit organisation whose objective is to consolidate and strengthen the city’s technological and digital sector, which has mobilised more than 1,200 million euros in the last 12 months and employs 30,000 professionals, helping to position Barcelona as a reference on the international technological scene. To this end, BTC works alongside entrepreneurs, start-ups, investors, large companies, incubators, accelerators and entrepreneurs, universities, business schools, media and other agents of the ecosystem located in Barcelona.
The association is supported by the Generalitat de Catalunya, Barcelona City Council and partners such as Mobile World Capital Barcelona, CaixaBank, SEAT, ESADE, EPSON, La Vanguardia, LetGo, Airbnb, Ymedia Vizeum, Gas Natural Fenosa and Telefónica Open Future, as well as major brands such as McCann-Ericsson and Rousaud Costas Duran, among others. It represents over 600 companies from the technological and digital sectors in the city.
In 2016 Barcelona Tech City inaugurated Pier01, located in Palau de Mar, to create one of the most important technological hubs in Europe. Pier01 hosts more than 100 companies, among which there are start-ups, companies and initiatives such as Mobile World Capital Barcelona’s mVentures, Antai Venture Builders, Nuclio Venture Builders, BeMobile, Nuclio, Napptilus, Berepublic, Byhours, Geenapp, Ikomobi, Iris, Holaluz, LetGo and Tiendeo, among many others.