Wood – nature’s stroke of genius
CRAIG COLLEY’S Personal Discovery Tour
Craig is our Advisory Board Chairman and
Head of Strategic Planning for Precious Timber
PART ONE: The Tour
This short film shot on an iPhone is presented in two parts.
Part one is the tour. Part two a few testimonials from some of the tour’s participants.
It is his personal accounting and documentary of his experience on the discovery tour presented by Precious Timber.
This truly gives you a client’s prospective on the opportunity.
The footage has not been altered. The audio narration is not continuous and contains some wind noise.
You’ll see how we travel, the cities we visit, the mills, plantations, coconut fields, restaurants, shops, hotels, office and an overview of Nicaragua.
PART TWO: Testimonials
For more information about the tour:
Email Craig: firstname.lastname@example.org
MANAGUA – Taiwan said Wednesday it will provide technical assistance to Nicaragua as the Central American nation works to develop a drought-fighting irrigation system and build a Caribbean port.
Ryan family-backed Viva Group plans to launch budget carrier in Central America
The group, which already operates low-cost Mexican carrier VivaAerobus, pictured, and Colombian airline VivaColombia, plans to start operating low-cost flights from San José, the Costa Rican capital, to the rest of Central America.
For the full story…click here.
Precious species of lumber are under increasing pressures globally. This article is just another in a long list of pressures that cause values to constantly move up.
Tonight’s sunset in San Juan del Sur.
You need to come visit us and see this for yourself!
Managua, Nicaragua; July 16, 2015
Managua, capital of Nicaragua, was ranked as the eighth most profitable city in the Americas, according to the ranking published by fDiIntelligence, division of Financial Times Ltd., an official source said yesterday.
“Managua and Guatemala City were the only two cities in Central America to appear on the display of the main efficient cities of America,” said the government agency to promote investment and exports of Nicaragua (ProNicaragua).
The list is headed by the cities of Santa Cruz and La Paz, Bolivia, and Quito, Ecuador, he added.
The profitability indicator takes into account average wages, rent office space, electricity costs, oil prices, tax, export and import prices for, among others, the source said.
421 cities analyzed
In total, 421 cities were analyzed for this study. The data collected were selected in five categories: Economic Potential, Business Friendliness with, Human Capital and Lifestyle, Performance and Connectivity.
Also, the state agency noted that in the 2013-2014 edition, Managua is ranked number three indicator strategy to attract Foreign Direct Investment, located only after Toronto and Chicago.
In this edition, the development of initiatives and policies implemented by the Government to improve the business climate and thereby increase investment flows was highlighted.
Nicaragua has been attracting the attention of investors interested in this country not only thanks to its competitive cost structure, but also because of its strategic location, favorable climate for investments, attractive tax incentives and high levels of security, according to ProNicaragua.
Please click here to view video testimonials from some of the people who took us up on our offer to come down to Nicaragua to visit our operation.