Bogota is the city that receives most greenfield investment in Creative Industries throughout Latin America and the Caribbean. This is shown in the study conducted by fDi Markets which emphasizes that since 2005, the capital has received USD 488 million - more than Sao Paulo, Buenos Aires, Mexico City or Rio de Janeiro.
From September 8 to 11 the Colombia pavilion at Expo Milano 2015 will be celebrating Bogota Week. Bogota will delight the millions of visitors to this world expo that has chosen the theme Feeding the Planet, Energy for Life and where 145 countries and international organizations will be participating.
The company bases its activities on research and innovation in the development of new products, processes, services and technologies for the chemical, pharmaceutical, biotechnology, cosmetics, nutraceutical and food industries.
Bogota distinguished itself as the No. 2 destination for investment among major Iberoamerican cities, according to the new ranking prepared by fDi, the intelligence division of leading British publication the Financial Times. This ranking classifies cities with significant Spanish or Portuguese-speaking populations according to the number of new investment projects received between 2005 and 2014.
Bogota has fast become the audiovisual epicenter of the country with the highest concentration of production infrastructure and professionals in Colombia. The fifth version of the Bogota Audiovisual Market (BAM) has brought together hundreds of international producers, in yet another example of the excellent positioning of Bogota as a regional hub for audio-visual production.
Bogota continues to scale positions and moves up to the No. 5 spot in the Ranking of the Best Cities for Doing Business in Latin America 2015, published annually by AméricaEconomía. Ten years ago, the city ranked 13th.
Invest in Bogota travels to the cities of Miami and Fort Lauderdale (USA) from June 22 to 26 to promote the business opportunities that Bogota offers companies in the creative industries.