Venezuelan Entrepreneurs will be able to Develop their Business in Panama

August 23, 2009
Despite the current global financial crisis and the fear generated by the entrepreneurs, investing in new businesses is seen as a hopeful atmosphere in Panama, a country that has shown in the last three years an economic growth between 8 and 11% and, for 2009, an estimated development between 3 and 5%.

Panama promise opportunities for companies of any sector to establish and maintain in a market that is guaranteed to be profitable for its productive potential and location.

Convinced of this, Carabobo Fedecamaras, together with the Venezuelan Chamber of Panameña Integration (Civenpa), the Real Estate Chamber of Carabobo, the International Real Estate Federation FIABCI Venezuela and the Panamanian Association of Brokers and Real Estate Developers (ACOBIR), provide support for the seminar "Panama: investment opportunities and driving business," which took place at the headquarters of the Association of Executives of the State of Carabobo (AEEC).

In a visit to The institutional Carabobeño, Melanie Linares, General Manager of International Property Network (IPN) and Damiano Del Vescovo, second vice president of the Chamber of Commerce, have announced details of what will be the event, organized in the framework of activities leading up to Expo 2009 Fedecamaras.

The objective is to advise, through Panamanian specialists, small and medium businesses and the public interested in learning about the different proposals offered by Panama, how to establish a company there and study the best investment options. Also during the meeting, the participant can obtain information about visas and the process of emigration, legal aspects and how to obtain financing.

The seminar is aimed at all sectors: industrial, commercial, real estate, small companies, services, education, health, among others.