According to the company, the funds raised in Italy through Italian investors, 44 million euros, will provide Talent Garden with the necessary resources to reinforce their leadership in Europe and become established in Spain, where it will invest a large part of its capital.
In mid-May, Madrid will become part of this innovation network with the opening of a space of 4,700 square meters. Located between Atocha and Méndez Álvaro, the new Talent Garden space will have the capacity to accommodate over 340 co-workers and an Innovation School offering digital transformation programs.
The company also plans to spend part of this investment on opening a new center in Barcelona. Thanks to this injection of capital it will become another of the main hubs in the development of Talent Garden in Spain.
Talent Garden is currently working on the creation of new opportunities in Germany, Israel, Benelux and Central and Eastern Europe, in addition to implementing a special campus project in San Francisco for 2020, aimed at building a bridge between its European community and the world's strongest technology ecosystems.
Talent Garden is today present in eight European countries in 19 cities, and has 23 campuses and five Innovation Schools. What initially started out as a co-working network is now a unique model that combines the work of the future and innovative education and networking events, and is mainly focused on making a positive impact on the growth of technological ecosystems in the cities where it is present.
Last updated: 27|03|2019