Gilinski And GEA: A Dispute Over Colombian Business Power

Jaime Gilinski Bacal and leaders of the Antioquia business group
The Gilinski Group, owned by the fourth richest man in Colombia, seeks to stay with Nutresa, of the GEA, which triggered a battle of business heavyweights.…

The Rainbow March for the Defense of the Rights of the LGBTQI+ Community

On the 4th of July, the LGBTQIA + pride march was held in Bogotá, Colombia. In a musical atmosphere of dance and colors, the emblematic Carrera Séptima avenue…

Latin America: cities for entrepreneurs

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Meet the entrepreneurial cities that are poised for expansion, thanks to their growing technological and logistical ecosystems, as well as growing economic…

Colombia Will Implement Blockchain Towards the Oil and Gas Sector

The National Agency of Hydrocarbons informed that it will continue implementing a blockchain solution in the process of area allocation for exploration and…

Latino Startups That Are Crushing It During the Pandemic

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Despite the Several Crises That COVID-19 Has Caused These Latino Startups Have Found a Way To Endure

The price of the social movement in the markets

Protesters at the national strike marches in Colombia
The international financial system is concerned about the political instability in the region, just for a post-pandemic era in which investment is needed

Colombians Highlighted Among the Spanish Ranking of 100 Leading Women

The ranking of the top 100 Women Leaders in Spain, celebrated its ninth edition in a dynamic gala, organized by the Digital Magazine Mujeres & Cia.

Latin America celebrates Labor Day with high unemployment

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Latin America reached a historical record of 41 million unemployed as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic

Responsible Companies During the Pandemic

It is worth highlighting those companies that not only kept employees on the payroll but also for their leadership in social responsibility.

Spanish hotel chain Sol Melia plans to build 20 new hotels in Brazil by 2005, Sol Melia South American Vice President Rui Manuel Oliveira said in an interview recently published.

Sol Melia opened six new hotels in Brazil last year and operates a total of 21.

The executive said Sol Melia had already signed deals with several construction companies, adding that the expansion project would require an investment of 600 million reais ($260 million).

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