Thanks to our team efforts, we recently opened a branch office in New York City, U.S.A. The last 12 months we have signed several new contracts with MNCs and SMEs, mainly coming from new technologies business. Most of them collaborating with North American companies.
We choose the Wall Street location, the heart of the financial industry. Our office in Manhattan is across the street from the New York Stock Exchange and Federal Hall. 14 Wall Street is a prestigious business hub that caters to a wide range of industries despite the immediate area’s reputation as a financial district.
The climate for doing business in New York has never been better. The city has the world’s fastest growing tech startup ecosystem and access to many world market centers (advertising, finance, fashion, media, food, etc.) A city that from the Mayor on down is devoted to helping the tech startup community expand exponentially. The world’s largest Tech Meetup (not to mention Meetup.com itself). Significantly easier access to European and South American startup centers.
This location is strategic. It’s easier to find a personal connection to someone at a major bank or hedge fund in NYC than in Europe. In addition, fintech startups focused on B2B in these areas benefit from more high-quality leads. Also, finding and closing candidates with high finance experience is easier in NYC given the abundance of young high-churn banking and PE workers. All of these points apply just as much for investors as they do for startups. There are many VCs with a strong background in consumer products, fintech, and adtech. Similarly, the strategic investment arms for major financials and brands are heavily represented in NYC.
We believe in MNCs and SMEs businesses development and we are here to support their development.