Lately international consultancy brand finance announced new results Reviewing and ranking the Opening City Index 2023, which lists top 100 cities in the world and seven Latin American cities appear among them, the capital of Colombia.

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“Mexico City, Santiago de Chile, Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo, Buenos Aires and Bogotá” The best perceived cities in Latin America, according to the top Brand Finance City Index ranking.

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In addition, London, England tops the list and is listed as the world’s best city to live inIt gets a total score of 84.6 out of 100.

HE Brand Finance’s first City Index ranking conduct a global survey 15,000 people in 20 countries of the world and the report noted that these talks took place in April 2023.

Similarly, international consultancy Brand Financing enables the survey to be carried out, respondents were asked about their familiarity with competing cities, public reputation and “personal respect for each city” a place to live, work locally, work remotely, study, retire, visit or invest”.

Brand Finance provides: “Bogotá is a leading city for innovation and entrepreneurship in Latin America. a thriving business ecosystem and a range of government policies and programs aimed at promoting business and technological development. According to the research, Bogota is the city in the region with the highest score (62nd place) in business and investment with its ‘ease of doing business’ and ranks 75th in this category”.


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