In Nicaragua there is an oversupply of young professionals who have postgraduate studies, but who lack the work experience that the companies require.
Generally companies demand professionals with masters degrees when they need to occupy high-level positions, where work experience and goals achieved in previous positions are the main differentiating factor.One of the problems that stands out in Nicaragua is the presence of a lot of young professionals with masters degrees, but who lack experience that is specifically demanded the contracting companies.
A virtual seminar has been organized for April 5, on recommendations to negotiate with Indian companies and best practices for exporting to that market.
From a statement issued by PROCOMER:
ConnectAmericas, anonlineplatformcreated by the Inter - American Development Bank (IDB) with support from Google, DHL, Visa and Alibaba will be holding afreewebinaron essential tips for doing business in India, on April 6 at 10:00 am, in which best practices for entering the Indian market will be explored and useful guidelines will be provided for the export process.
Fitch projects a growth close to 15% in premiums this year, in a context of economic stability and consolidation of strategies by insurers.
From a report by Fitch Ratings:
Strong growth in premiums:the Costa Rican insurance industry grew by 16% in terms of premiums written up to the close of 2016, the result of a reclassification in the financial figures of the state - owned company and the largestmarket participant, Instituto Nacional de Seguros (INS), which was influential in the growth of -9% in 2015. Excluding this reclassification, the sector's growth reached 9% at the end of 2016, which is still a favorable level, according to Fitch Ratings.Meanwhile, private equity insurers recorded premium growth of 35%, thanks to innovation in products and marketing channels.
A proposal put forward by the textile sector seeks to generate trade between national and free zone companies, starting with the possibility that the latter provide raw materials to local companies.
The objective of the Nicaraguan Association of Textiles and Confection of Free Zones (ANITEX) is to generate greater links between the companies that operate under the regime and those in the national market.
50% of production from the Cemex additive plant inaugurated in Panama will be destined for the local market, and the remaining 50% will be exported.
The cement company said that its objective is to supply the construction industry in Panama, in addition to exporting to Central America and the Caribbean, which is why it decided to settle in Panama Pacifico.
About 30 to 40 electric energy producers will be participating in September in a public tender process to earn a space in the market.
Victor Gonzalez, manager of Mercado Electrico de la Empresa de Transmision Electrica (ETESA, a power company) explained that in the next few months there should be 120 megawatts more of power that will be generated, thereby guaranteeing that this years demand for energy will be met.
“Endomarketing” is no longer disconnected from general public marketing. It is now part of a unit in which an employee is considered an additional consumer.
Juan Isaza, Master in Marketing from RMIT University (Australia), analyzed how companies can benefit from the recent phenomena of clients placing more trust in employees than in the official voice of companies.
Through an agreement with the union of entrepreneurs from Cortes Honduran companies have been identified that are able to export agricultural products such as coffee, cocoa, fruits and fresh vegetables.
The Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Cortés has signed an agreement with the Center for Promotion of Imports (CBI) in the Netherlands, in order to identify companies that have the potential and ability to sell their products in the European country.
During the past year 224 thousand passengers traveled from Panama to other countries using low-cost airlines, registering a 5% increase compared to 2015.
<span dir="ltr">Although the growth rate is relatively low, it represents a transformation in the Central American air market.Spirit, VivaColombia and Wingo are three of the low-cost airlines that have increased their presence in the market, competing with the airlines that traditionally shared the region's market.
The company Vidriera Centroamericana SA will be taking out a bank loan to pay its corporate bonds listed on the stock market and is disenrolling as an issuer of public shares.
The reason behind the decision to leave the ailing Costa Rican stock market is that corporate debt bonds that the company issued in 2008 were no longer"... trading at an attractive market rate." Given this, the company chose to seek bank financing rather than stocks to settle its debts.
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