Hangar Worldwide Expands in Costa Rica
- The new hires will be part of a high innovation team that implements front-end and back-end technologies.
Heredia, Costa Rica, July 23, 2021. The international technology and design solutions agency Hangar Worldwide (HWW) continues the expansion of its automotive practice and is looking to hire 50 web developers to join its team.
Hangar Worldwide has more than 12 years of experience in leading projects for automotive clients alongside Critical Mass, a renowned Canadian digital agency with presence in Calgary, London, and New York. The success of this endeavor is the main reason for this current phase of expansion.
Jaime Escobar, Global President at HWW, emphasizes that teamwork is the ultimate success factor in the company’s relationship with both Critical Mass and the automotive clients. “Our teams work as one. We share high standards and identify with the same purpose: to provide users the best experience possible,” he says. “This is an opportunity for our collaborators to be part of projects with global reach and exposure.”
“The brands we work with demand the highest standards when it comes to its digital presence,” states Rolando Quintero, Regional Director of Technology. “Throughout these years, we’ve focused on creating a workplace that catapults Costa Rican talent. Our employees currently work with agencies, brands, and teams located in different continents.”
Hangar Worldwide Costa Rica and Critical Mass have gained popularity due to the quality of their organizational cultures, which have earned them recognitions like Great Place to Work (Hangar CR, 2020) and Ad Age Best Places to Work (CM, 2021). The candidates selected to be part of the automotive practice at Hangar will have enjoy the benefits of joining the company as well as access to specialized trainings in AEM that will allow them to further develop their technical skills.