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- WTCA Prime Office Index Latam June 2023por Latin Trade and WTCA el septiembre 26, 2023 a las 1:52 am
LATIN TRADE and the WORLD TRADE CENTERS ASSOCIATION have unveiled their latest report, offering an exclusive snapshot of the current state and future prospects for office leasing and sales in the region. This in-depth document, drawn from the sixth edition of their biannual expert survey, is organized into four key sections: leasing’s present status, sales’ The post WTCA Prime Office Index Latam June 2023 appeared first on Latin Trade.
- Latin Trade Magazine September 2023por Latin Trade el septiembre 21, 2023 a las 6:52 pm
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- Planning for 100 years: a serious matter of intercultural differencespor John Sadowsky el septiembre 20, 2023 a las 11:26 pm
Recently, a colleague asked me for some of my views about the role culture and background play in the behavior of business managers and leaders. While intercultural management is not the specific focus of my research and teaching, both my personal and professional lives have provided me a close-up window on this fascinating field. On The post Planning for 100 years: a serious matter of intercultural differences appeared first on Latin Trade.
- Less impressive growth for most companies in the region: the Multilatina Ranking 1Q23por Latin Trade and Álvaro Moreno el septiembre 20, 2023 a las 6:29 pm
The Colombian non-metallic mining company Cementos Argos grew more than fivefold its revenues from the first quarter of 2022, while Brazilian transportation services Localiza had a 135% year on year leap in revenues. The region’s Transportation Services and Electricity sectors are also among the big winners of the latest Multilatina Ranking. The ranking lists the Latin American companies that sold more than $500 million during the first quarter of 2022, as well as those that showed more than 30% growth. There are, however, less companies that passed this mark, 22 compared to 36 the previous quarter. The results show a strengthening of the biggest multilatinas in the region, as compared with the results for 1Q22. Overall, there are 144 companies To read this post, you must purchase a Business Intelligence Subscription, Business Intelligence - 3 to 9 User Subscription, Business Intelligence - 10+ User Subscription, Insight - 1 Month Subscription, Insight - 3 Month Subscription, Insight - 6 Month Subscription, Insight - 12 Month Subscription, Suscripción de inteligencia de negocios, Inteligencia de negocios - Suscripción de 3 a 9 usuarios or Inteligencia de negocios - Suscripción de más de 10 usuarios. The post Less impressive growth for most companies in the region: the Multilatina Ranking 1Q23 appeared first on Latin Trade.
- Cutting-edge luxury all-inclusive hotels are pivotal to Marriott’s strategy in Latin Americapor Santiago Gutierrez el septiembre 1, 2023 a las 7:55 pm
The strategy is clear, and somewhat surprising: Marriott International will focus its strategy for Latin America primarily into Mexico, emphasizing select- service and all-inclusive hotels. Additionally, there will be a secondary emphasis on the Caribbean with focus on all-inclusive properties and in Brazil with a blend of mid-scale and resorts along with upper upscale segment The post Cutting-edge luxury all-inclusive hotels are pivotal to Marriott’s strategy in Latin America appeared first on Latin Trade.