ExpoColombia, a showcase of business opportunities in sectors such as tourism and real estate, is to commence in Miami, Florida, Friday.
The annual event usually attracts over 12,000 visitors who will be able to assess investment opportunities in the Andean nation without having to leave U.S. soil.
Business from the Colombian health and beauty, fashion, handicrafts, finance, technology, logistics, food and beverage, and education sectors will be present at the exposition.
One such opportunity is in real estate, such as the BD Bacata Tower project, a massive hotel, apartment, and office space complex due to be completed in two years, which will be the capital’s tallest building.
The event will take place at the Miami Airport Convention Center April 20, 21 and 22. Tickets cost $8 per person.
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