Upcoming events

June 18, 2018

Travel with the Masters: El Dorado Airport Control Tower – Bogotá / June 27

The British Chamber of Commerce invites you to the Journey with the Masters Program – “El Dorado Airport Control Tower” Control, security and logistics of the […]
May 30, 2018

Informative Talk “Main changes in prices and the correct way to apply them” / June 5, 2018

Avoid Sanctions and learn how to report prices from June 2018. The British Chamber of Commerce and PEÑA DELGADO & GARCIA ABOGADOS S.A.S. they invite him […]
May 28, 2018

Conference “Impact of Digital Transformation on Human Talent Management” – May 30 / Breakfast

The British Colombo Chamber of Commerce invites you to the Workshop – Breakfast to be offered by Senior Executives and Career Partners International “The Impact of […]
May 16, 2018

Agri-tech Catalyst Colombia Call, Prosperity Fund

Innovate UK through the Prosperity Fund Program in Colombia will invest up to £ 3 million in Colombia,  to address the agricultural challenges in the post-conflict regions […]
May 2, 2018

“The biggest barrier to investment is double taxation”: Mark Menzies, commercial envoy of the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom for Colombia

Mark Menzies is the trade envoy of the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom for Colombia, Peru and Chile, and in the visits he has made […]
May 2, 2018

Scotland becomes the first nation in the world to set a minimum price for alcohol

Scotland today became the first nation to impose a minimum price on alcohol. This initiative has been described as “bold” and “courageous” by its Prime Minister, […]

Negotiation of the 'brexit': no clear advances and with great blockages

The departure of the United Kingdom from the European Union continues its countdown to March 2019 without any progress that would allow them to begin to negotiate the future relationship between this country and the great economic bloc. The European Union requires three commitments to London before beginning to negotiate the future relationship: the payment of an 'invoice' of exit to face the financial commitments of the United Kingdom as a member of the EU, that the current legal status of the 3.2 million Europeans living in British lands, and an agreement on the Northern Irish border that does not jeopardize the peace agreements that ended terrorism in Northern Ireland.