Bogota accounts for almost 50% of the cosmetics sales of several companies in the sector and thanks to its projected growth it has become the preferred market for foreign investors.
Colombia has now become the fourth largest market for H&M in Latin America, after Chile, Mexico and Peru and is firmly inserted in the global expansion strategy of this important Swedish clothing chain, which in 2017 chose, in addition to our country, to open stores in Kazakhstan, Iceland, Vietnam and Georgia. With its 6,000 m2 flagship store in Parque La Colina, and two more stores shortly to be opened in Centro Comercial Fontanar and Centro Comercial La Felicidad, H&M comes striding into the country’s fashion market, giving a significant boost to the textile industry in terms of
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.
In 2014 Invest in Bogota facilitated 38 foreign capital projects for an estimated total investment of US$ 230 million, generating 1,904 estimated direct jobs.
Bogota is South America’s hub for the Oil & Gas industry services sector due to the exploration and production activities
Bogota has been a leader and a benchmark for the region and the world in innovative solutions for urban mobility.
A delegation of representatives from Bogota companies and organizations is in Santiago, Chile on a mission to promote their home city in the areas of investment, exports, tourism, and international relations.
Bogota emerges as the city with the most progress in the past five years in the livability ranking prepared by the prestigious British magazine, The Economist.
Executives of Invest in Bogota are in Boston exploring the city’s data center industry as part of the Big Data & Innovation Summit, the largest worldwide gathering of its kind
Invest in Bogota was present at the Electric & Hybrid Vehicle Technology Expo, an event held from September 16 to 18 in Michigan, the epicenter of electric vehicle manufacturing in the United States.