Our line of work is building links; we specialized in three regions,
each one according to its special characteristics:
Israel, Spain and Latin America.


Israel is a small country located in the Middle East, along the Mediterranean Sea, at the meeting point of three continents: Asia, Africa and Europe.

Since its foundation in 1948, the population has nearly tenfold, reaching currently more than 7, 8 million people, forming a varied mosaic of ethnic, religious, cultures and traditions.

Israel is today and economic and technological power. The country stands out for a booming high-tech industry that rivals with most developed countries in the world, attracting and important foreign investment in constant grow.

The commitment to R&D has become the economic engine of the country. The proportion of expenditure

that is allocated for innovation in Israel is the highest in the world, 4.7% of GDP. It is the country that has more start-ups per capita in the world.

Currently, the percentage of Israelis dedicated to scientific and technological research, as well as the percentage of gross domestic product (GDP) invested in research and development (R&D) are the highest in the world.

Israel ranks third with more companies on Nasdaq, only behind the U.S. and China.


Spain is the fourth country in Europe in size, with a population of over 47 million people.

It is what is called a "State of autonomies", a country formally united that functions as a decentralized federation of autonomous regions, each one of them with different levels of self-government.

Nowadays is the 12th economy in the world and the 5th in the European Union. It is also the 8th country in the world in presence of multinationals. There are more than 10.300 foreign companies settled in Spain, of which 75 are among the Top-100 FORBES' multinationals.

The Spanish economy is one of the most open in the euro zone and one of the economies with more

internationalization in its financial products, services, etc.

With a privileged geographic location, is gateway to the European market, Latin America and North of Africa.

Spain has 46 ports in the Atlantic and Mediterranean, which placed the country in the 4th position maritime transportation of goods.

Spain has highly qualified workforce, ranking 4th in Europe in terms of people with tertiary scientific/technical education, after Germany, UK and France.


Latin America is the region where more ethnic diversity in the planet can be found, offers an amalgam of people whose presence and percentage varies from one country to another, depending of the migratory movements received throughout its history.

The countries that integrate the Latin American region share big cultural similarities, however, exist between them climatic, economic, linguistic, ethnic, politic and social large differences, so we cannot speak about a uniform block. Likewise, the term "Latin America" usually refers cultural and exclusively to the Spanish and Portuguese speaking countries of the American continent.

According to the World Bank, Latin-American economy at market prices (Purchasing power parity), becomes the 3rd largest and powerful in the world. It is based mostly in secondary and/or tertiary economy.

In recent years there have been major advances in the political, economical and social level, producing an accelerate development in practically all its countries, with an annual growth of 3% in average between 2000 and 2012.

The most important economies in the region are Brazil, Mexico and Argentina.

The region is also the largest food producer in the world and has countless natural resources and some of the major oil reserves in the world.