We have surpassed the expectations for growth and market share in corporate and public sectors
We reached a turnover of €9.4 million during the first half of 2015
We closed 2014 with a record turnover of €13 million, and the number is expected to reach €19 this year. This goal surpasses initial expectations by 7% following the strong results attained during the first half of the year.
Last year, our business volume increased by nearly 50%, positioning us favorably to meet the goal of reaching an overall business volume of €30 million by the end of 2017.
The business growth consists primarily of Nae Spain and includes contributions from Case, our innovation spin-off, and Nae Colombia, thanks to the new opportunities available in Latin America.
Aside from the projects we are carrying out in Mexico and Ecuador, we are also working in Nigeria, Kenya, the Republic of Guinea, the United Kingdom, and Portugal, with increasingly stronger internationalization plans.
In terms of business, we are working hard to consolidate our presence in corporate and public entity sectors. As a result, we are making an effort to improve our ability to anticipate the transformation and growth challenges of clients because having more knowledge will allow us to offer the best solutions.
These results encourage us to continue making progress in line with our strategic plan in order to maximize the value perceived by clients and the value that the Nae team provides.
5G Barcelona rewards Cisco and Nae’s initiative to improve the lives of the elderly
The platform minimizes social isolation and favors interaction through recreational and social activities
Nae opens its new Brazil office and joins forces with the British firm EOS, which specializes in mergers and acquisitions
The company’s global growth targets are also based on updating the Nae brand identity
The Costa Rican project “Espacios Públicos Conectados” (Connected Public Spaces) has been honored at the Wi-Fi Now Awards
The plan aims to minimize the digital divide in a social and inclusive manner so as to have an impact on the general population, regardless of age, gender and nationality