With education as a priority and tax incentives to entice tech-centric companies into its territory, Costa Rica is well on its way to becoming one of the technological hubs for Latin America. Craig Dempsey looks at how it got there.
In a book titled “The Future of Central America: Challenges for Sustainable Development”, the bank has warned that the recent shift in US policies might reduce revenue for many Central American countries.
Central American BPO is experiencing a mix of competition and collaboration, as some of the biggest firms in the region attempt to bolster the industry together, while each vying for the best available talent.
After recently stepping down as head of ProNicaragua, Javier Chamorro provides us with exclusive insight into the inner workings of Central American IPAs and the strategies they should be forming to attract more investment.