According to the World Bank's Doing Business sub-national study of 2017 to establish the ease of doing business in the cities of the country, the balance was positive.
In the last decade, greenfield (new) foreign direct investment generated on average in Bogota, more than 4,800 direct jobs per year, positioning it as the third largest city in Latin America, after Sao Paulo (7,596) and Mexico City (5,869).
Colombia's capital, Bogota, was honored in the annual ranking of the Financial Times’ fDi Intelligence Research Center as the city with the best investment promotion strategy in Latin America and number 6 of the continent.
Se estima que, en el 2016, los ingresos en inversión extranjera directa nueva (IED greenfield) y de expansión en Bogotá-Región fueron de US$1.993 millones, en más de 80 proyectos de empresas
From Bogota, Belatrix Software will serve the local market and customers in the United States, Canada and the UK.
Endava opened its first software production center in Bogota in July 2016, with a group of no more than 10 employees. Today, after eight months of operations in Bogota, is has 70 regular employees and 30 jobs immediately available.
The French company founded in 1976 and present in more than 30 countries opened its first store in Bogota on February 15.