Latin America’s oldest film festival, the Cartagena de Indias International Film Festival (FICCI), returns, for the 58th time, from February 28 to March 5, and Bogota, Colombia’s audiovisual production and postproduction hub, will have a special place in the event.
The Second Forum on International Public-Private Partnerships in Health for Bogota is to be held in Bogota from February 19 to 21.
Almundo compañía de viajes Omnicanal con presencia regional, continúa realizando la expansión de su equipo de tecnología con la constitución de un Hub de Desarrollo IT en Colombia.
The rapid growth of e-commerce in recent years could herald the full entry into the country of industry giant Amazon.
TBY talks to Juan Gabriel Pérez, Executive Director of Invest in Bogotá, on the business environment in the capital, attractive sectors, and the challenges facing interested investors.
Bogota’s transformation into a smart city is well underway through improvements in its urban, road and hospital infrastructure.
The agency responsible for attracting foreign direct investment to Bogota, Invest in Bogota, ranked second in the fDi Strategy Awards 2017 in the category of best return on investment per personnel.
Colombia 4.0 is the digital content summit of the Ministry of Information and Communications Technology (ICT), which evolved to face the new challenges posed by the fourth industrial revolution and transformation of the digital economy.
Bogotá Music Market (BOmm), held since 2013, is an event created by the Bogotá Chamber of Commerce (CCB, for the Spanish acronym) as part of its program to support the creative and cultural industries.
Bogota’s middle class now represents 51.6% of the population. With an increase of approximately 14% since 2009, the percentage of middle class in the Colombian capital exceeds the average for Latin America.