Toronto, Canada-based Continental Gold on September 26 unveiled its first-ever “sustainability” report outlining efforts in favor of environmentally and socially responsible gold mining – mainly at a US$600 million development project at Buriticá, Antioquia.
Agua Bendita – founded by Medellin natives Catalina Álvarez and Mariana Hinestroza – on September 12 joined the winners circle in Massachusetts-based Endeavor’s ‘International Selection Panel’ (ISP) entrepreneurship prize for 2016.
Colombia-based Corona -- manufacturer of porcelain products, construction goods and majority partner in the “Home Center” retail chain -- on August 18 celebrated the 135th birthday of its founding in the Medellin suburb of Caldas, Antioquia.
Toronto, Canada-based PharmaCielo announced July 25 that it paid US$5 million plus 1.7 million in equity shares for a 27-hectares farm and greenhouse-nursery facility in Rionegro, Antioquia, for development of a medical-marijuana cultivation and processing plant.
Medellin’s investment promotion agency --“Agencia de Cooperación e Inversión de Medellín y el Área Metropolitana” (ACI) – announced July 6 that five Uruguay-based companies and two Brazil-based companies are eyeing new business launches or expansions here.