With the purchase of AEG Costa Rica—a subsidiary of the Application Engineering Group Inc. (AEG), the company will become a part of the worldwide network of nVision Global centers of operations, client services, and transportation technology development.
Between 2009 and 2013 the revenues generated by the sector which outsources business services increased from $225 million to $650 million at the end of 2013.
For the development of this industry to continue "... Invest in Guatemala together with other institutions has designed a strategy with a vision for 2020 ", with the aim of achieving, over a period of five years, the generation of $2.3 billion in services and thus contribute 3.57% to the gross domestic product (GDP).
Does this project have real and practical bases, which means we should pay attention to it?
CentralAmericaData.COM's vision is to select and validate business news that matter to the region. The modern Central American entrepreneur simply does not have time to do so, and this is the service we provide, therefore, given the publicity the press in general has given to the intereoceanic canal project promoted by President Ortega, we have an obligation to analyze and comment from a business standpoint.
Will the economy die? Not necessarily. This is a moment of change, and with change comes new opportunities.
It should be recalled that this is a cycle, the economy will improve in the future, and then fall again.
This is why we have made 10 observations to maintain a realistic, calm and positive outlook:
1. Vision: The door of opportunities to improve and change the economic reality of Guatemala is opening. This is a time of global and national change. We should ensure that the change is positive.
Despite the enormous potential in gold, nickel, tin and other light metals, the mining sector is not consolidated due to lack of strategic planning and public policies.
A study by the Fraser Institute puts Guatemala in position 74 out of 79 countries evaluated according to the favorability, or not, of the environment for mining. It is a very low position which suggests that it has unattractive conditions for investment.
Panamanian Alberto Aleman Zubieta, winner of the 2008 Excellence Award by Economia America was interviewed about his talent to lead and do business.
WHAT DOES IT MEAN FOR YOU AND PANAMA TO HAVE WON THIS AWARD? As human beings, it is difficult for someone not to be proud of receiving any award. But in my case I have always known that I represent an organization made up of more than 9500 persons. These are 9500 Panamanians who are share one work spirit in a company which means a lot to our country. This is a prize for all the workers at the ACP, and for the country.
GLC Abogados Consortium LLC S.A. is an experienced full service Costa Rican law firm which specializes in protecting the interests of individuals and companies that conduct business in Costa Rica. Our qualified team of Costa Rican attorneys at law has a clear understanding of the local legal and business environment complemented with a global vision.
Organization that operates in Costa Rica and Panama
Phone: (506) 2524-3176
BASE4 is a collection of talented architects, engineers, project managers and construction managers from around the world designing exciting hospitality projects. Job Description: BASE4 is looking for several architects...
Maranco Belize offer fast reliable service, modern equipment, competitive rates, 70 year experience worldwide whether your needs are for farming, industrial, private house lots, community projects. We have drilled successful water wells producing fresh...
Our firm offers a variety of administrative services in Human Resources management, Administrative Outsourcing, Vendor Payment services and Funds Management of a third party.
Operates in El Salvador, Honduras and Nicaragua
Phone: (504) 558 0873
OUTSOURCE founded in 1998, is part of a business group focused on providing management services for business processes that include outsourcing
Operates in El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Panama
Phone: (504) 252 4487 - (504) 263 1176