On Tuesday, October 18, Madrid will host ACI Medellín’s event called Why Medellín? Supported by ProColombia and its commercial office in Madrid, the event will be held in the Villahermosa room of the Intercontinental Hotel between 9:00 am and 11:00 am.

Spanish entrepreneurs will have the opportunity to hear directly from ACI Medellín and Procolombia, the investment opportunities offered by Medellín.

The Agency for Cooperation and Investment of Medellín and the Metropolitan Area – ACI Medellín, throughout its 15 years of work has become a key player in the internationalization process of the city. In this space, the agency will present the strategies and components that make Medellín an attractive destination for business and foreign investment to Spanish investors and entrepreneurs.

Due to its high economic performance and productive structure, Medellín is one of the most important cities in Latin America in terms of investment. It contributes 7.3% to the country’s GDP, and stands out for its strong inter-institutional relations between academia, the business sector and government.

Mr. Alejandro Mateo, Information Development Director of the Spanish software company Konecta, states: “the high technical level of the engineers of Medellín and the decisive support of the Mayor in the processes of innovation are the reasons why we settled our company in the city since June 2016.”

“In ACI Medellín, we are constantly working to make international investors aware of the possibilities offered by the city and consider it as a key destination for their business. The events Why Medellín? are a fundamental strategy in positioning the city in the international economic environment,” says Sergio Escobar, Director of ACI Medellín.

If you are in Madrid, register [ here ] to participate in the event and see why Medellín is an attractive economic environment for the development of your business.

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