Clash of Titans, Fast and Furious or Star Wars are some of the superproductions partially filmed in Canary Islands.
Its diverse landscapes, its geographic position and its exceptional climate in only 1,560 square kilometres have given the island the privilege of becoming a natural set for outdoor filming.
The Island is perfectly connected to the principal capitals and cities worldwide through Gran Canaria International Airport, one of the most important of the Network in Spain, which manages millions of passengers a year and the Port of Las Palmas, which has always distinguished and consolidated itself for its excellent position as a perfect maritime connection between three continents
A few hours flight from the rest of the European continent, Gran Canaria offers audiovisual producers and an endless number of unique locations in very short distances with a mild temperature all year round. Desert landscapes, subtropical forests, volcanic cones and craters, gorges, elevated rock formations and cliffs, long sand-dune beaches, white sands and cosy small stone coves can be found within an hour distance connected through an advanced road infrastructure
The industry also enjoys tax advantages. There are two tax incentives that allow investors to benefit from significant taxes: one is the Canary Islands Special Zone (ZEC) and the second is the Canary Islands Investment Reserve (RIC).
The compatibility of combining both incentives is an added incentive for the consolidation of a business sector that helps to diversify the Islands' economy.
A very professionally trained and experienced local audiovisual industry provide all kind of support services and can undertake major projects.
Gran Canaria is the place of birth of producers such us, Adrian Guerra (nostromopicture.com), Damian Perea (damianperea.com), or Chedey Reyes, Pedro Carballido and Juan Carlos Cruz (machangostudio.com).
Our latest investment report on Kuwait was recently published in one of the leading Spanish dailies, ABC. FindMe in Kuwait explores the economic perspectives of Kuwait and the country´s future plans to compete with its fast developing neighbours. Once the leading country of the Gulf, Kuwait has remained silent for the past decade. And although many would like to see faster changes, Kuwait is moving, at its pace, to them. Inexorably. Learn about who is who in Kuwait and read what the leaders say about their own future in our upcoming release: FindMe in Kuwait Mobile app.
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FindMe in Bahrain is available at the local bookstores Jashamal and online as well as in the Apple Store. It is a full business leisure and business guide for any investor or visitor interested in traveling to Bahrain or for those that already live there.
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In contains general information about the country´ economic performance and who is who as a sectorial overview and a leisure guide.
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