Deloitte invests 25 million euros in the construction of three buildings in Portugal.

Deloitte announced this Thursday in Portugal, an investment of 25 million euros (23 billion kz) in the construction of a new technology center in the center of Lisbon.

Julieta Paquete

The construction of the three buildings will be in Largo do Rato or rather the city center of Lisbon and will create 2,500 new jobs. In an investment of 25 million, equivalent to 23,192,459,530 kwanzas, it is part of a global package of 75 million (69,451,920,697 kz) with a maturity of five years.

The new Deloitte Tech Campus will provide services worldwide in the areas of generative artificial intelligence, quantum computing and other cutting-edge technologies.

According to the company's CEO in Portugal, António Lagartixo, the works should be ready at the end of 2025. They will have three new office buildings that will house 2,500 qualified professionals in the areas of technological innovation and digital transformation, who will be hired “giving priority” to Portuguese talent.

In Portugal, Deloitte currently has almost 6,000 employees, a number that has doubled in the last four years, revealed the CEO.

Source: JN/lusa

Deloitte invests 25 million euros in the construction of three buildings in Portugal

Deloitte announced this Thursday in Portugal, an investment of 25 million euros (23 billion kz) in the construction of a new technology center in the center of Lisbon.

Jan 18, 2024 - 16:25
Deloitte invests 25 million euros in the construction of three buildings in Portugal
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Deloitte invests 25 million euros in the construction of three buildings in Portugal

Julieta Paquete

The construction of the three buildings will be in Largo do Rato or rather the city center of Lisbon and will create 2,500 new jobs. In an investment of 25 million, equivalent to 23,192,459,530 kwanzas, it is part of a global package of 75 million (69,451,920,697 kz) with a maturity of five years.

The new Deloitte Tech Campus will provide services worldwide in the areas of generative artificial intelligence, quantum computing and other cutting-edge technologies.

According to the company's CEO in Portugal, António Lagartixo, the works should be ready at the end of 2025. They will have three new office buildings that will house 2,500 qualified professionals in the areas of technological innovation and digital transformation, who will be hired “giving priority” to Portuguese talent.

In Portugal, Deloitte currently has almost 6,000 employees, a number that has doubled in the last four years, revealed the CEO.

Source: JN/lusa