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About Aviles

Sitting in gorgeous Spain, Aviles is an industrial city perched on the Avilé estuary with a national seaport. Close to the beaches such as gorgeous Salinas, there are plenty of churches to poke your nose into when you want to say a little prayer after you have had a dose of sun worshipping. Settled since the upper Paleolithic era, it was only in the Middle Ages that the town was mentioned in writing. Home to amazing festivals throughout the year such as "La Mar de Ruido" (think thumping rock music), Aviles is also where the eclectic IndieGo Alley Festival (film and music of the experimental sort) takes place. The town is a creative hub and a tourist mecca with plenty of sights of historical significance to meander around plus numerous museums and art galleries. Coworking has now appeared on the streets of Aviles to give its intrepid and innovative locals an alternative to hanging out in bars munching on too much tapas.

Spain has a buzzing startup system happening due to its high quality education rate that is higher than the average for the European Union and it is home to a number of impressive educational institutions with 3 Spanish universities making the top 10 in Financial Times' annual European Business School Rankings for 2017 plus Barcelona's IESE has been ranked the number one executive education program by the Financial Times for 3 years running. Spanish graduates are no longer running away from their own shores seeking fame and fortune abroad and are quite happy getting involved in a local startup scene.

Aviles, like many other Spanish cities is seeing a change in the business scene that was once dominated by traditional roles. Spanish entrepreneurs have a competitive advantage of being able to grab skilled developers and engineers at a fraction of the Silicon Valley cost, which is why many startups are chasing their dreams in this land of wine and Jamon Iberico (Iberian ham). Coworking spaces are popping up everywhere throughout Spain to cater to the influx of wandering nomads with laptops and home grown entrepreneurs.