The Peruvian Commission for the Promotion of Exports and Tourism (Promperú) is promoting the second edition of the Peruvian Tourism Investment Forum, with the aim of highlighting the investment opportunities and benefits that Peru has to offer in the tourism sector to attract investors from Latin America and the World.
In the forum, national and foreign entrepreneurs had the opportunity to learn about the opportunities and facilities offered by the state in terms of investment. In addition, a new network of contacts is built through interactive communication tools. network to promote business meetings.
In the two days the event covered, a total of 200 relationship appointments resulted from the attendance of 185 participants from 14 countries, including Germany, Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, El Salvador, Spain, United States, Guatemala, Mexico, United Kingdom and Uruguay.
Promper’s executive president, Amora Carbajal, emphasized that such activities aim to strengthen the investment ecosystem in tourism, as well as promote the definition of investment opportunities, through project presentations and coordinated work between the public and private sectors. . .
In the forum, foreign entrepreneurs have the opportunity to learn more about real investment opportunities in the sector, such as projects in Promper’s promotional portfolio.
The portfolio has eight projects focused on developing sustainable tourism infrastructure and hotel infrastructure, located in ncash, Cusco, Lima, Madre de Dios and Tacna, valued at over $600 million.
Similarly, participants can learn about initiatives that the Ministry of Foreign Trade and Tourism (Mincetur) is promoting to develop through public-private partnership mechanisms, such as the Choquequirao Archaeological Park cable car, which implies an investment of about 770 million suns.
In the second edition of the Peruvian Tourism Investment Forum, well-known leaders and representatives from government entities and the Peruvian tourism business sector participated, tasked with publicizing the possibilities that Peru has to offer for investment in the hotel and non-hotel sectors. .
In the same way, interesting information is provided on the development of tourist real estate, cruise ships, tourist service operating parks and high-tech companies applied to tourism, in addition to the latest data and trends in the sector 100% oriented to new advancements. business and investment in tourism in the country.
Carbajal also assured that, by 2022, Promperú, through the Directorate of Business Investment Promotion, will strengthen collaboration with key actors from the public and private sectors in the regions, to identify and promote a broad spectrum of investment opportunities. by our country.
Similarly, he informed that, through their commercial offices overseas, they would promote such opportunities in America, Europe and Asia, through commercial missions and business rounds, aimed at business-critical investors.
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