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Prime location and great service, overall wonderful experience. Very professional personnel, spoke Englis... Show More
Viviana Soria
Un lugar adecuado para talleres y cursos. Excelente personal que te hace sentir como en casa. Me encanta ... Show More
Antonio Miranda Suarez
Central 43 is a beautiful place to work and connect with other professionals. The perfect environment to ... Show More
Federico Escobar
Conocí Central43 el año pasado (2017). Cuando me enteré que se abría un lugar de co-working en Santa ... Show More
Mica Miano

Bolivia's commercial heart and the capital city of the Santa Cruz department standing on the Pirai River, Santa Cruz de la Sierra commonly known as "Santa Cruz" is the "Holy Cross of the Mountain Range" at the foot of the Andes Mountains. With a huge population of 1,441,406 you will be able to take your pick of new best friends at your coworking venue when you want to get some work done. One of the fastest growing cities in the world, it was founded in 1561 by the Spanish and today is a cosmopolitan wonderland of museums, nightclubs and restaurants with a rose-brick historical heart. Historically a small outpost town, it wasn't until the 20th century that the town began to grow. It produces 35% of Bolivia's GDP and receives over 40% of all foreign direct investment in the country. A business hot spot and the preferred destination of migrants, its economy is driven by oil, agribusiness, construction and forestry companies with the country's largest airport.

The undiscovered tech potential of Bolivia is no longer a secret. It has a huge population of tech savvy youth, more so than anywhere else in Latin America and a strong entrepreneurial culture with many people having a business on the side, as well as their 9 to 5 job due to economic necessity. Despite the fact that there is a general lack of startup support from the government leaving the country at a distinct disadvantage, Bolivia is home to many creative and innovative minds. A couple of the main problems include the fact that there is no infrastructure in place for e-commerce and it's hard to obtain funding from abroad. It's believed that the government should start incorporating businesses into the tech ecosystem and empowering them to use tech tools so that they can have a presence online.

Bolivia is a country deeply entrenched in tradition, but it does have a big talent pool with a lot of potential. Coworking venues have begun to pop up in response to these innovative minds that are finding ways to get over their homeland hurdles.

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