While Recife still does not attract as much attention as Sao Paulo, it has created enough of a splash for its incubator initiative to start rolling out to other cities in the state. Software development remains core to the city and the IT community is eager to re-ignite a vibrant tech start-up culture.
Latin America has the highest murder rate in the world, and while some don't believe this deters companies from operating in the region, others say "it is holding back the industry.” Nearshore Americas examines the impact of perceptions of violence for Latin America.
Interest in Finance and Accounting Outsourcing is growing and countries around Latin America are looking to grab a piece of the pie. This interactive looks at how the ranked universities compare in terms of finance and accounting as well as detailing government and private initiatives.
Latin America's academic institutions need to train more workers, and Nearshore Americas looks at some of the key underlying educational data that shows which leading nations are making the most progress.
The opening of a number of data and innovation centers by multinationals, such as IBM and Microsoft, in Brazil despite the economic recession points to the continued confidence in Brazilian market growth potential.
Navigating the different tax incentives offered by Latin American countries hoping to woo foreign countries to their shores can be a difficult thing. This interactive explores some of the incentives offered by certain Latin American and Caribbean countries.