It went from 256 million euros billed in 2020 to 500 million euros in 2025. That is the goal of Aisha, which is a Sevillian company that mainly provides engineering services but also technical services. To achieve this, he activated an investment plan To grow organically through acquisitions Inside and outside Spain.
The first step in this strategy was to agree on A&M Capital Europe (AMCE) enters its stake. This means opening its capital for the first time in 55 years of history. Jose Luis Manzanares Abasolo, the current CEO, will continue to lead the company with his same management team and lead the growth plan, based on the strengthening of the digital services market and the foreign growth of the engineering division.
This corporate process will allow Ayesa to unite itself as digital service platform and exploit its potential in emerging technologies such as artificial intelligence, big data, data analytics, cybersecurity, and cloud computing, among others. Likewise, it will foster the growth of the engineering business – internationally recognized for its centralization in urban transport and water supply – with a strong geographic diversification strategy.
In accordance with the agreement reached with AMCE, Jose Luis Manzanares Abasolo, the current CEO, will continue to lead the company with his same management team and will lead the growth plan, based on the consolidation of the digital services market and the growth of the foreign engineering sector.
Ayesa’s founder, José Luis Manzanares Japan, will continue as honorary president after turning 80 recently. From this stand it emerges “Establishing a financial partner is a natural step in the evolution of the advisory firm that, after 55 years, aspires to continue to grow and take advantage of opportunities to focus in this sector. We believe AMCE will be the ideal partner to help us achieve our aspirations for global growth.”
Ayesa recorded a record year 2020 in sales and contracting despite COVID, with sales of 256 million euros and a portfolio of 513 million. Today its staff consists of 5,400 professionals worldwide.
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