Lisbon and Porto follow the openings this year of three new offices in Poland and development centres in Bulgaria, Spain and Croatia.
Intellias, a global provider of IT services, has chosen Lisbon and Porto to set up its hub. By the end of the year, the technology company wants to hire around 60 employees to join the global team of over 2,700 talents.
“With the increase in the number of technology and IT companies, Portugal has quickly become one of the fastest growing technology hubs in Europe. In addition to local experts, the country will welcome IT specialists from all over the world who choose Portugal as a place to live and work. We hope to be part of the local IT community and stimulate its development. Intellias offers a set of interesting projects in different technological domains. We invite Portuguese engineers to join and grow with us,” says Vitaly Sedler, CEO and co-founder of Intellias, quoted in a statement.
Lisbon and Porto follow the openings this year of three new offices in Poland and development centres in Bulgaria, Spain and Croatia. The company also plans to open new offices in Colombia, India and other countries in Europe, Latin America and Asia.
In Portugal, by the end of the year, the company, which plans to pay special attention to automotive projects in the Portuguese market, wants to hire around 60 specialists.
The Portuguese team will work on technology solutions for international clients. The specialists, says the company, “have the opportunity to take control of their careers, work remotely or in offices, learn new skills, become mentors, participate in engineering communities and enjoy a friendly working environment”.