everis inaugurates its new global headquarters in Madrid
Monday, 16 December, 2019

Today everis inaugurated its global headquarters in Madrid. The event was attended by the Mayor of Madrid, José Luis Martínez-Almeida. 
Accompanying the mayor on his visit to the innovative facilities of the firm were Eduardo Serra, president, Sergi Biosca, CEO of evaris Spain, and Flora Garcia Mesa, global head of People, among others. Kenji Hiramatsu, Japan's ambassador to Spain, and Takayuki Shiina, first secretary of the Embassy's economic division, also attended the inauguration. 

The new global headquarters is a tribute to the city of Madrid whose distribution and interior design responds to emblematic neighborhoods in the capital, such as Atocha, Malasaña, Chueca, and El Rastro, and joins the more than 50 offices and work centers that everis has in 18 countries. 

The complex consists of two towers with a total area of 36,000 square metres, which houses 3,200 employees, 91 open collaborative spaces that encourage creativity, coworking, agile methodologies and innovation. There is also a dining room with a capacity of 400 that represents El Retiro park and several indoor and outdoor common spaces for rest and relaxation.

Commitment to sustainability and flexibility

In this modern building, everis has manifested its commitment to sustainability and flexible work. There are 10% fewer workstations, facilitating employee mobility and telework. In addition, in order to comply with the Sustainable Development objectives it has set itself as a company, everis has made a clear commitment in its centres to eliminate paper, reduce consumption of plastic, promote the use of recycled materials and reduce carbon footprint.

The new headquarters is designed both to cover business needs and to promote the wellbeing of everis employees, adapting to their current working methods and to the professional profiles that make up the company today.