Living and Doing Business in Violent Regions
Executive training for dealing with violent situations seems to be a prerequisite to boarding a plane.
Friday, July 17, 2009
Business opportunities are rarely found across the street. It is no longer easy to find them without traveling, often to places where personal security risks are high. These dangerous places are not thousand of miles away, sometimes it is enough to mistake the route from an office to another within a city, to find ourselves suddenly in no man's land, exposed to kidnap or assault.
Costa Rica, along with Chile and Uruguay, is one of three Latin American countries with level 2 (1 = best, 5 = worst), according to the index developed by FTI Consulting.
Colombian designer Miguel Caballero, specializing in the design and manufacture of clothing for executives with high exposure, is setting up his company in the capital.
Don’t be surprised if your next mentor or counselor seems much too young.
The updating of accounting systems in Nicaraguan companies to international standards is too slow.
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