Monday, December 15, 2008

Digital Arbor chooses Costa Rica for expansion

The financial crisis has forced many companies to hold back their expenditures, some even cutting jobs. However, there is good news for Costa Rica. DigitalArbor is doing exactly the opposite and setting shop in Costa Rica and creating some 500 new jobs.

DigitalArbor offers production services across a full range of digital communications, offering creative agencies and marketing corporations dramatic cost savings and rapid scalability in digital production.

According to CINDE - the Costa Rican Investment Promotion Agency - the company is expected to provide 500 jobs over the next two years and invest $2 million.

DigitalArbor said it chose Costa Rica because it's a country that has a good supply of trained human resources, an educational level at world standards, an adequate communications technology and a government that supports foreign investment.

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