The Pyrenees Immunology Research Center (Pyirc), a pioneering research center dedicated to the development of immunological therapies, will see the light of day in 2023 promoted by the pharmaceutical holding company Grífols. It is created with the intention of becoming an international benchmark in translational and clinical research for the development of treatments for disorders of the immune system, and it will be one of the few centers in Europe dedicated exclusively to immunology.
The Principality of Andorra has hosted, for the first time this year, the XXVII Ibero-American Summit. The XIII edition of the Ibero-American Business Meeting, held on April 19 and 20, advocated a firm commitment to sustainability, innovation and digitization of the economy under the slogan “Innovation for sustainable development. Objective 2030. Ibero-America facing the challenge of the coronavirus ”.
The International Monetary Fund has published a preliminary report highlighting the good management of the health crisis in the Principality of Andorra, as well as the capacity to react by approving economic measures to mitigate the effects of the pandemic. It also points to the good prospects for economic recovery, the stability of some sectors and the diversification strategy.
The Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Services of Andorra (CCIS) has concluded the studies that confirm the technical viability of the Andorran National Airport, which would be located in the Grau Roig area. The construction of the national airport, together with the railway network and internal mobility, build the main axes of the “Pla de Desenclavament d’Andorra”, which aims to improve communications and the competitiveness of the Principality.
The Creu Roja Andorrana (Andorran Red Cross) and the Fundació Privada Tutelar del Principat d’Andorra (Private Tutelary Foundation of the Principality of Andorra) received yesterday, March 23, 2021, a donation from Andorra Sotheby’s International Realty in favor of social inclusion.
The Geneva International Motor Show hosted, 50 years ago in this month of March, the presentation of the Maserati Bora, the brand’s first street vehicle with an engine mounted in a central rear position. This was produced until 1978, with a total of 564 vehicles.
Maserati, always aware of the trends and more specifically of the one that had revolutionized Formula 1 in previous years, asked Giorgetto Giugiaro, from Italdesign, to create a sports vehicle with the engine mounted in the rear lateral position and with notable improvements in performance, comfort, safety and design.
Andorra Sotheby’s International Realty is pleased to announce its partnership with THIRDHOME, the premier luxury property and travel club with over 12,000 members worldwide.
By taking advantage of unused time in your holiday home, you open the doors to countless other homes with the Club and experience a whole new way to travel by simply paying a nominal exchange fee instead of paying high rental rates.
Climate change is already evidence and there are fewer and fewer brands that keep looking the other way. Automobile firms, in this case, are betting on the progressive electrification of their vehicles, especially high-end ones. This is the case of McLaren and the recent presentation of its new Artura model, an event attended by our CEO, Mr. Narcís Socías, on behalf of Andorra Sotheby’s International Realty. Although it is not the first hybrid model of the brand, it is the first to be manufactured in series, and the first units will be delivered to customers this year.
When a company is as synonymous with luxury as Sotheby’s is, it is natural to attract other companies that share a commitment to values and a focus on service reflective of theirs. It is a mutual, high level of professional standing that has led to an exciting new collaboration of Andorra Sotheby’s International Realty with International Yacht Register.
Since last year 2020, the Government of Andorra and the city council of the capital have made it possible to offer a company domiciliation service to operate in the Principality to coworking spaces that meet a series of requirements. The main objective is to attract talent so that the entrepreneurial sector continues to grow, thus increasing synergies and the community.
Although it is true that the reason for moving to Andorra is that the Principality has one of the most attractive tax frameworks in all of Europe, it is not the main reason why entrepreneurs decide to stay here.