Costa Rica is the ideal place to make an organization grow and allow it to compete at the global stage. Factors that influence decision makers to invest in this beautiful country include: a highly educated population, a stable climate throughout the year, its infrastructure, free trade agreements, its political stability and location.
of global biodiversity .
one of the highest in the region.
We consider education as our strongest resource towards personal and professional growth. Here you’ll find bilingual workers who are highly prepared in multiple academic disciplines. Their knowledge and experience will add great value to your company.
63 thousand university
688 thousand people
with a higher education.
9,6 thousand technical schools
1st place in literacy
in the region.
In English proficiency.
Top education system in Latin American.
of democratic, economic
and political stability
We offer a favorable environment that allows businesses to grow. The numbers speak for themselves:
(1-100) according to the World Bank.
(1-10) according to the World Bank.
(1-5) 1 is the highest and 5 is the lowest, according to the World Bank .
for big businesses
Stable climate throughout the whole year.
Excellent opportunities for international maritime trade. With a short trip you could be anywhere in North America, South America, Europe or Africa.
It’s one of the most highly sought locations for nearshore operations for companies in the United States, as well as a strategic place for offshore operations for European companies.
We coincide with the North American Central Time zone (GMT-6).
New port terminals —both in the Pacific and Caribbean coast— are scheduled to begin operations in the next 2 years. They represent an investment of over 1,000 million.
More than $155 million invested. The expansion and modernization of the main international airports have improved their efficiency exponentially.
Leaders in telecommunications
Costa Rica has one of the highest penetration rates of mobile telephony in Latin America: 156%. This is even higher than in the United States.