Grupo Gesfor opens its first office in Panama

Grupo Gescor, a Spanish multinational specializing in consulting and information technologies has opened its first office in Panama. It wants to increase its client base in the country and to work more closely with its established clients there.

Tuesday, April 22, 2008

A company statement says the new office will be coordinated by José Luis Chong. Chong is currently general manager of Grupo Gesfor in Mexico and has been managing Panamanian operations from there.

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Guatemalan Investment in Colombia

December 2012

Spectrum has announced that they will build a shopping center in Colombia in 2013, which in its first phase will measure 32 thousand square meters.

The developer is part Guatemalan Pantaleon Group, and now aims to follow "the success of its three shopping centers located in Guatemala: Miraflores, located in Zone 11, Oakland Mall, Zone 10, and Portales, zone 17, and in Honduras: Cascadas Mall, which together attract over 32 million visitors a year. "

Nicaragua's Chinandega gears up with five-star hotel

May 2008

The Nicaraguan department of Chinandega, west of Managua, will have its first five-star hotel by the end of next year.

Netherlands-based Guido Emile Vioen, which owns and manages the project – now under construction – says the hotel will be known as the San Francisco.
The US$8 million project includes 100 rooms, shops, a beauty parlor, gym and parking for 200 vehicles.

23 Spanish companies visit Panama

April 2008

Today Panama received a delegation of 23 Spanish businessmen who took part in the Encounter for Promoting Construction and Interior Works, organized by the Spanish Chamber of Commerce in Panama.

The Spanish companies, which offer goods ranging from iron products and construction materials to photovoltaic panels, came to promote Spanish products to Panamanian promotors.

Costa Rica: Aldesa and CAMMB form an alliance

April 2008

The real estate and financial funds offered by Aldesa could be acquired through the Central America Money Market Brokers (CAMMB).

The deal is possible because both groups have signed an agreement authorizing the marketing of Aldesa products through the sale of this market placement.

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