Date

14 de June 2019

ANDI, Invest in Bogota and ProColombia are hard at work to bring foreign investment to micro, small and medium enterprises in Bogota

More than 100 representatives from local micro, small and medium enterprises registered with the Chamber of Commerce of Bogota participated in the first Foreign Investment Training Seminar within the framework of the Pacific Alliance.

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More than 100 representatives from local micro, small and medium enterprises registered with the Chamber of Commerce of Bogota participated in the first Foreign Investment Training Seminar within the framework of the Pacific Alliance.

 During the event, ProColombia introduced its Project Bank Tool, which registers and consolidates the projects of companies that are searching for investment. iNNPulsa also gave a presentation about its strategies to finance entrepreneurship projects both in the early and final stages.

 One of the highlights of the seminar was the talk given by investment project expert Juan Pablo Rodríguez, who spoke about the essential factors that should be considered when structuring a project to make it attractive for potential investors.

 ColCapital, the private equity fund trade association, closed the session with a presentation about the main considerations that a company should have before deciding to embark on a capital-raising process.

 The purpose of these conferences is to continue invigorating investment within the framework of the Pacific Alliance, a regional integration initiative that Colombia is part of with Chile, Mexico, and Peru, which together represent 42% of investments in Latin America, about USD 42 billion.

 To access the recording of the Foreign Investment Training Seminar, click here: https://youtu.be/ViPaRTXFjYY

 For more information, contact Juan David Martínez, Investment Climate Officer for Invest in Bogota at jmartinez@investinbogota.org