Thanks to an alliance between Imagemaker and CINDE, the Investment Promotion Agency of Costa Rica, the news of the beginning of the company's operations in the Central American country was published in the most important newspapers of the territory.
In addition, Andrés Valenciano, Minister of Foreign Trade, celebrated on his social networks the arrival of the maker family to the Costa Rican territory.
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Chilean software company Imagemaker begins operations in Costa Rica
The Minister of Foreign Trade of Costa Rica, Andrés Valenciano, expressed his satisfaction with the confidence of the company in the country and highlighted the opportunity that opens up for Costa Rican professionals in software development.
The Chilean software developer Imagemaker began operations in Costa Rica to provide services to the markets of Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, and the United States, the company reported Tuesday.
“Costa Rica offers administrative support for the organic growth of the company. The talent of the country's technology developers shows a solid training base and advanced English that allows us to be an important support to boost operations in the United States, ”the company's regional manager for Central America and the Caribbean explained in a statement on Tuesday. , Felipe Balma.
From its headquarters in Costa Rica, the company will operate as a service center for the region in technology consulting projects for Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, and the United States, for which it will hire more than 20 software developers in the coming months.
In the statement, the Minister of Foreign Trade of Costa Rica, Andrés Valenciano, expressed his satisfaction with the confidence of the company in the country and highlighted the opportunity that is opens up for Costa Rican professionals in software development.
“In the new global scenario and with the rapid evolution of technologies, many companies have had to transform their operations, change their locations, and orient their activities towards innovation. We are pleased that Imagemaker chose Costa Rica as one of the four countries representing its growth and globalization process ”, declared the minister.
The general director of the investment attraction agency Coalición Costarricense de Iniciativas para el Desarrollo (CINDE), Jorge Sequeira, stressed that the availability of talent in digital technologies advances to annual growth of 17% in the country, driven by careers in more of 60 universities and the updating of study programs that respond to the needs of the sector.