Latin America. Colliers CAAC, a regional holding company that currently has the exclusive sublicensing of Colliers International for Central America, the Caribbean and some countries in the Andean region, acquired the real estate consulting firm in Costa Rica. The business group estimates that immediate investment in the country exceeds $2 million.
Samuel Urrutia Cantoral, president of Colliers CAAC (Central America, Andean and Caribbean) explained that Costa Rica is a key market for the region it represents, as well as for the global reach of the brand. "The vision we have is focused on consolidating and enhancing the growth of local investment, as well as attracting foreign investment, which allows generating direct, indirect jobs and productive chains for the development of the country. This strength of our regional and global Colliers approach is what will open up opportunities to continue positioning Costa Rica as a value-added destination for other international markets. .
The businessman expressed his great interest in working with key strategic partners, highlighting the strengthening of the collaboration with CINDE to expose Costa Rica through the brand's global network, which currently operates in 63 countries.
Jorge Sequeira, general director of CINDE, mentioned that "Costa Rica has a robust ecosystem for attracting foreign investment thanks to the work and commitment of many specialized actors that generate an adequate business climate for the installation of these companies. Real estate brokerage companies are an essential part in finding conditions for companies looking to invest and require their services. We congratulate Colliers on his track record and the work he does for his clients."
In order to relaunch the brand in the country, Colliers CAAC appointed Hazel Cepeda as Chief Executive Officer (CEO), with more than 30 years of experience in leadership positions in the corporate sector and financial market, both in Costa Rica and Central America.
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