This year, the tallest skyscraper in Croatia, the 135-meter-high Westgate tower, better known as “Dalmatia Tower”, will be occupied by the most famous electric car company – “Rimac Technology”, which will open a new office in Split, reports Slobodna Dalmacija.
“Rimac Technology” is a sister company of the hitherto famous “Rimac Automobili”, and the official opening of the office is planned for the summer.
“The new office we are moving into is the result of expanding our business and the need for new staff that we plan to hire in the coming period. We are currently renting one whole and an additional half floor in the tower, which should be enough to meet our business needs by the end of 2023. The office in Split will mostly be in charge of developing software solutions,” Rimac Technology revealed.
The first development office in Split was opened in 2018, and today it has 41 employees. Moving to a larger space also means new jobs.
“We plan to employ about 60 people this year and next. Today we are present in Split with 41 employees, while the plan is to grow to a team of about 100 engineers by the end of next year, so we can continue to develop software solutions for the serial production of Nevera and other components for the automotive industry,” explained Rimac.
The Dalmatia Tower is the tallest building in Croatia and one of the tallest in Europe. It is part of the Westgate project, which consists of two towers; the first Westgate Tower A, which has been the seat of the Management Board of Splitska Banka since 2016, today OTP banka and the second in which will house the new Marriot hotel and has 27 floors.
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