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“El Negro está de Moda”: The company that Raises Awareness about Racism in Colombia
(19-06-2019) Andrea and Mabel González are sisters and co-founders of Nuestro Flow (Our Flow), a social projects platform that seeks…
The Three Pillars Supporting Colombia’s Fintech Growth
In Latin America, approximately 70% of the population is unbanked. In Colombia, only 38% of adults over the age of 15 have a bank…
Thanks to These Six Colombian Startups your Life is More Comfortable
The nearly 3.000 Colombian startups, the majority with less than five years of operation, have generated 7.933 direct jobs.
Colombia’s Five Fintech Leading Startups in Latin America
Over the past years, Colombia has led the Fintech innovation movement in Latin America.
Startups Stories: Locativas Express, a Daily Problem Solver
Juan Carlos Álvarez, founder of Locativa Express.
Startup Stories: Wheels, Playing the Leading Role in the Mobility Change of Cities
Wheels, by fostering the shared use of cars, taxi services and bicycle plans, significantly contributes to solve out the inefficient use of means of transport.
Travel and Culture
The Story of the Black President that Colombia Erased from its History
(06/10/2019) Colombia had a black president comparable to Barack Obama himself, whose legacy is still unknown in many spheres of…
The Black Musicians Who have Put Colombia on the Map
(5/29/2019) The members of the band Chocquibtown are from El Chocó, a region in the Colombian Pacific where biodiversity reigns,…
Colombian Fashion Seeks Inspiration in the Country´s Ancestral Legacy
In the Emberá Chamí indigenous community, established in different regions of the Colombian mountain range, “chaquira” beadwork (bead weaving) is…
Colombia and the Artistic Footprint of Its Black Population
Miss Balantas´ designs have toured different fairs organized by the Colombian textile industry.
10 Best Places to Visit in Colombia
Popayan is one of Colombia’s most impressive colonial cities. Located in southwestern Colombia, it is sometimes called the “Ciudad Blanca” (White City) because its buildings are chalk-white. Founded in 1537, its mild climate in the Valle de Cauca quickly attracted wealthy Spanish families who built mansions, schools, churches and monasteries. The city is famous for its Maundy Thursday procession as well as its nightlife. The Iglesia de Ermita is the city’s oldest church, built in 1546, while the Iglesia de San Francisco lays claim to being the most beautiful. Popayan’s tranquility and charm make it a good place to chill out.
Why is Colombia the best country in South America?
A great article by Oscar Mussons.