The French company founded in 1976 and present in more than 30 countries opened its first store in Bogota on February 15.
Thanks to the initial investment of Castem, a Japanese company that manufactures high precision metal parts, other Japanese companies have shown interest in Bogota as a possible hub in Latin America.
The 1st International Forum of Public-Private Partnerships in Health for Bogota will be held from November 28 to 30 at the Salitre headquarters of the Chamber of Commerce.
On November 24, 25 and 26 Pontificia Universidad Javeriana, Bogota, will be hosting the 3rd edition of Heroes Fest, intending to gather more than 6,000 entrepreneurs.
The 8th edition of LACHER, the Latin American and Caribbean Conference for the Internationalization of Higher Education will be in Bogota from November 23 to 26 at the Gonzalo Jiménez de Quesada Convention Center.
If you’re involved in subjects and fields such as advertising, marketing, film, music, storytelling and graphic design, this event is definitely for you.
The US company VOIQ plans to expand in Bogota.
Colombia's capital city recently promoted its attributes as a city that’s great for audiovisual production at the American Film Market (AFM), an event that brings the best of world’s cinema industry to the US city of Santa Monica.
ARTBO is intended to promote and position Bogota as a destination for culture and business.
Issues that might have previously seemed exotic to our economic condition such as digital animation, online media, digital advertising, web and mobile development, video games and music streaming, are now scenarios where Bogota can generate business with local talent and attract foreign investment.