Latin America and Caribbean is a region of the globe that grows at a rate of approximately 3% of...
Latin America and Caribbean is a region of the globe that grows at a rate of approximately 3% of its annual GDP (data from 2012 and forecast to 2013), as stated by ECLAC, the Economic Commission for Latin America of the United Nations, in its Economic Survey of Latin America and the Caribbean for 2012 and 2013, and as Infolatam summarized in an article (in Spanish), with general conclusions as the decline in poverty and foreign debt, or the risings in salaries and consumption. Despite favorable, is just a summary of the final balance accounts of countries with a large variability of idiosyncrasies, politicies and international trade relationships.
What is undeniable is that Latin America and the Caribbean are presented as oases for certain companies and investors, Europeans in general and Spanish in particular, whose way of interacting with the region today is far from the oldest industrial, economic and political colonization held until the latest XXth century, that left South American history filled with a bunch of bloody episodes, as Galeano stated very well in its book Open Veins of Latin America. Nowadays, trade and international relations have changed positively, or so we believe. Many Spanish and European SMEs are seeing a source of business opportunities and trade agreements in the region that are difficult to conceive in the old continent.
One of the keys for success of Futureco Bioscience is that since its foundation it has been a global company that has sought to export much of its production and to focus in emerging and international markets, which has led the company to continue to grow and invest in R&D, one of its most cherished values, as to be present in 22 countries, where between 90% and 95% of its production is delivered. This leads the company to keep hiring staff to continue growing in two ways: Indoors (improving quality, increasing its research and development capabilities and resources) and outdoors (expanding the distribution and marketing of its catalogue).
The latest evidence of this expansion and growth is the recent addition of Fernando Monroy as Regional Manager for Latin America and the Caribbean. Mr. Monroy is Colombian and counts with more than 14 years of experience in agrochemicals markets and international trade in the agricultural sector. From now on, Monroy will work for Futureco Bioscience to provide clean solutions for agriculture in several countries in the region of Latin America and the Caribbean, where there is a clear demand and a social sensitivity for applying agrobiological products environmentally friendly, at the same time as an important awareness of companies with a strong social and environmental commitment, professionalism and transparency as Futureco Bioscience.