Welcome to Atender
People are at the heart of everything we do at Atender. The only reason we can deliver the best omni-channel customer engagement experience is because our people are invested in what they do.
Not only do we hire customer care experts to manage live chat support, text messaging, email and phone support, we train and nurture them too.
By creating career paths, we provide stability, respect, engagement and opportunities for growth for all of our employees.
The best of southern Spain
Located on Spain’s Costa del Sol, Malaga has always been a popular tourist destination. Now, however, it’s becoming an increasingly international hub, with large multinational companies (Google, Citibank, Vodafone and more) choosing the city for their operations.
With the rise of remote working especially, more and more foreign nationals are coming to the city from Northern Europe, attracted by the lifestyle, climate and low cost of living.
Beautiful sunshine all year round
The Costa del Sol enjoys more than 320 days of sunshine per year. And, with an average daytime temperature of 23.3°C, Malaga has a lovely climate all year round.
The summers are warm, with thermometers hitting the high 20s to low 30s, and the sea the temperature perfect for taking a dip. In the winter, meanwhile, you won’t need to worry about packing thick coats or your woollies.
Put living first
Malaga is a destination best enjoyed outdoors. Whether that’s on the multitude of excellent beaches and hiking trails – or on the outdoor terrace of a cool bar or restaurant – indulge in the laid-back ‘mañana’ pace of life that Spain is known for.
Or does that sound rather sedate? Well, you’re in luck. Because the Spanish certainly know how to party! Put on your dancing shoes and don’t expect to be home before sunrise.
An affordable city
Compared to much of Europe, your money goes much further in the south of Spain.
This is the reason why so many young people are turning their backs on the rat race of London, Paris and Berlin, accepting half the salary, and moving to Malaga.
Rent, your weekly shop and even a pint of beer will set you back much less here.
Malaga has everything you’d expect of a vibrant modern city. It is incredibly well-connected and can be reached from most major European destinations in less than three hours.
With a large international airport, an extensive motorway network, high-speed rail (AVE) and a port, Malaga boasts excellent and regular connections to the rest of Spain and beyond.
A rich heritage
Andalucía is a region steeped in history and cultural heritage. Malaga itself is known as the City of Museums, with the world-class Centre Pompidou, the Picasso Museum and the Carmen Thyssen Museum all in the city centre.
Alternatively, explore the passion of flamenco in Seville, the spectacular Alhambra of Granada, the Moorish legacy of Cordoba or the spirit of exploration in Cadiz.
Located less than half an hour from Malaga, Benalmádena is a major resort town, popular with generations of holidaymakers. With such diversity, Benalmádena is a home from home for many Europeans.
An island paradise on the other side of the world. What’s not to like? Bali has been welcoming visitors for decades, all attracted by its stunning landscapes, great beaches and the warmth of its people.