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Madrid Region Overview - Jesus Sainz - Stanford - Feb 1 2010

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Talk by Jesus Sainz, CEO, PromoMadrid, on the Madrid Region innovation sector and economy, at Stanford, February 1 2010

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Madrid Region Overview - Jesus Sainz - Stanford - Feb 1 2010

  1. 1. THE MADRID REGION: A GLOBAL, DYNAMIC, BUSINESS FRIENDLY ECONOMY FECHA Introduzca AUTOR / DESTINATARIO Introduzca
  2. 2. Introduzca AUTOR / DESTINATARIO Introduzca FECHA 2
  3. 3. 1.Madrid: Synonymous with economic prosperity Madrid Relative to Spain & EU Map of Spain: 1.6% of Spain’s Size: 8,022 km² territory The Madrid Region Comunidad de Madrid 1,6% FRANCE Population: 6.4 mill 13.7% of Spain’s Growth rate: 1999-09: 24.1% population Comunidad de Madrid 13,5% Foreign population: 16.4% 19% of Spain’s Growth rate 1999-09: 678% foreign population PORTUGAL Introduzca AUTOR / DESTINATARIO Introduzca FECHA 206,366 mill €. GDP: 18.8% of Spain’s GDP CAGR: 1999 -2009: 3.9% Spain CAGR: 3.5% GDP per capita: > 34,000 euros 120% of the EU GDP per capita Comunidad de Madrid 16% Source: National Statistics Institute; D.G. Economy. Madrid Region Statistical Institute. € 1 = U.S. $ 1.47 (average exchange 2008). 3
  4. 4. 2. Madrid: Where the big decisions are made Political and business capital of Spain >0.5 million active companies:60% of >5,000 employees > 4,500 foreign companies 7th city in the world in # of largest global corporations with established operations 12 of Fortune 500 companies are Spanish, 9 from Madrid Introduzca AUTOR / DESTINATARIO 20% of national new companies Introduzca FECHA 4
  5. 5. 3. Madrid: Exceptional human capital 65% active population 40% of workforce owns university degree 33,000 graduates/yr: 20% engineers 7,000 foreign university students Top preferred European city for Erasmus: 5,000/yr IE 6th MBA in the world Introduzca AUTOR / DESTINATARIO Introduzca FECHA 5
  6. 6. 4. The place to be Gateway to EU, Mediterranean and Latin American markets: 1.3 billion people Logistics platform for Southern Europe Spain 2nd investor in Latin America, 2/3 from Madrid Latibex international market Barajas 11th largest airport in the world Introduzca AUTOR / DESTINATARIO Introduzca FECHA 1,500 km of high-speed rail, by 2020 almost 10,000km 6
  7. 7. 5. Leaders in innovation 29% of Spain’s investment in R&D 1.93% of regional GDP > 50,000 researchers 230,000 employees in high tech companies 3rd European region employing high tech professionals * R&D infrastructure and support: Introduzca AUTOR / DESTINATARIO Introduzca FECHA  Madrid Network: 5 technology parks and 11 clusters  IMDEA network of PPP research institutes * Eurostat 2008 7
  8. 8. 6. Excellence in services 80% of GDP, 2.4 million employees 3rd leading financial market in Europe * Leading sectors:  44% of Spain’s revenues in Engineering  62% of Spain’s employment in Telecom  63% of Spain’s leading ICT companies  65% of Spain’s revenues in Aerospace Introduzca AUTOR / DESTINATARIO 9.2 million tourists/yr Introduzca FECHA 6 of the 10 largest infrastructure concessionary companies in the world * Deloitte & Touche 2008 8
  9. 9. 6. Excellence in services: concessionaries Nº Company Active Projects Country Concessions 1 ACS/Iridium 58 39 Spain (Madrid) 2 Global Vía 41 27 Spain (Madrid) 3 Ferrovial/Cintra 41 8 Spain (Madrid) 4 Abertis 39 12 Spain (Barcelona) 5 Vinci/Cofiroute 33 17 France 6 Macquarie 33 13 Australia Introduzca AUTOR / DESTINATARIO Introduzca FECHA 7 OHL 28 17 Spain (Madrid) 8 NWS Holdings 26 2 China 9 Sacyr 23 30 Spain (Madrid) 10 Acciona/Necso 22 11 Spain (Madrid) Source: 2008. Infrastructure Journal 9
  10. 10. 7. Unique quality of life 48 foreign primary and secondary schools > 300 bilingual public schools in English Universal health care system 5th European city in quality of life* 3rd most attractive destination to work in world, and 2nd in EMEA ** Introduzca AUTOR / DESTINATARIO A rich offering of leisure, culture, sports and outdoor Introduzca FECHA activities for all ages *European Cities Monitor 2009 ** Manpower 2008 10
  11. 11. Introduzca AUTOR / DESTINATARIO Introduzca FECHA de Quiñones, Suero 34 28002 Madrid – España Tel: +34 917 450 127 Fax: +34 914 110 913 www.promomadrid.com

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