The new regulation of the ''Startups'' Bill presents a series of changes aimed at promoting the creation and relocation of startups in Spain, boosting R&D&I, attracting talent and international capital to our country, and avoiding the ''brain drain''.
Spain has become an international benchmark for investment and entrepreneurship. Aware of this, institutions are betting on the establishment of international startups in our territory. Throughout the 2021 financial year, the more than 7,150 startups that had been active in our country until then doubled.
Many companies have been affected by this health and economic crisis, and as a consequence their employees have also been affected. Also, in response to this crisis, the government approved at the end of March a series of measures prohibiting layoffs due to Covid; all of this to alleviate the negative effects of this pandemic.