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We build alliances and partnerships to
deploy and operate your business model
in one of the fastest and challenging emerging markets

Land & expand
your business
in Latin America

with a local and experienced partner

Land & Expand your business in Latin America

We are more than just a consulting, operational, and investment firm. We are your strategic partners. Our approach is adaptable, from boutique consulting to large-scale deployment, whatever suits your needs.

Our primary mission revolves around helping organizations dive into and navigate the thriving Latin American markets. We're not just investors; we're creators of new business models, drivers of alliances and partnerships, builders of franchises, and operators in complex yet alluring growth markets. We offer end-to-end solutions, enabling you to swiftly establish your business, brand, services, and products in front of a massive audience of 700 million consumers.


Our team came from of top-tier, world-class companies and consulting firms. We may come from diverse backgrounds and disciplines, but we unite under a shared commitment to opening doors to success for our clients, employees, and society as a whole. With expertise across Financial Services, Retail, Fashion, Consumer Products, Food & Beverages, and Real Estate. We're not just consultants,  we're your partners in creating, operating and expanding business opportunities.

We provide rock-solid business capabilities, operational platforms, and a robust business network to accelerate  your business development and brand presence throughout Latin America.

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foot print
the challenges & opportunities

13.5 million USD is the average investable assets of Latin American High Net Worth Individuals (HNWIs). This is roughly four times more than in Europe or North America

214.5% is the growth of the tertiary education in Brazil from 1998 to 2011.

61% is the expected growth in number of ultra high net worth individuals (UHNWIs) in Argentina’s capital Buenos Aires from 2013 to 2023.

0.7% of gross national income per capita is the cost of starting a new business in Chile today, down from 12.1 % ten years ago.

30% of the gross domestic product (GDP) is the external debt of Peru. While this is the second highest rate among major Latin American economies, it is still a decent size compared with the US (97 %), the eurozone (126 %) or Japan (60 %).

27 reforms were carried out by the government of Colombia over the past eight years to improve the regulatory environment for doing business.

Latin America presents an extraordinary landscape for expanding your business, and the next decade promises a profound transformation driven by emerging technologies, innovative business models, and the region's strategic relevance in the global geopolitical arena.

By 2025, Latin America is expected to boast a staggering 800 million consumers. Its political, social, and cultural diversity offers a dynamic backdrop for an array of business opportunities. While challenges persist, including limited educational, healthcare, and economic access for lower-income segments, Latin America simultaneously stands as one of the most attractive investment destinations across luxury, financial services, utilities, and infrastructure sectors. Income distribution, social inclusion, healthcare, education, and economic growth are pivotal concerns, yet they also represent opportunities to drive both social and business impact over the next two decades.

Today, Latin America plays a pivotal role in the world economy across multiple sectors. This holds true for the burgeoning middle class and wealth segments, which, according to recent reports in 2023, have surged to USD 7.7 trillion, constituting 15% of the total global wealth market, as of the close of 2023. This signifies robust growth over the past half-decade when the total wealth segment in the region stood at USD 5.8 trillion. Projections indicate that the high net worth and ultra-high net worth segments will continue their ascent, reaching an impressive USD 10.5 trillion by 2025.

Social and demographic transformations, buoyed by robust economic expansion and substantial foreign investment, have shaped Latin American economies into diversified powerhouses. This transformation has not only driven wealth growth but has also had a profound social and demographic impact. While challenges like inequality and income disparity persist, Latin American countries, once bereft of a middle class, have witnessed its remarkable growth over the past fifty years.

Stability and strong economic growth have fueled this transformation.

The burgeoning middle class has also contributed to the growth of wealthier social strata. This is exemplified in the number of high net worth individuals (HNWIs), with research from Credit Suisse and Cerulli Associates estimating over 600,000 millionaires (in USD) in Brazil, Mexico, Chile, Colombia, and Peru. This figure is projected to more than double to 1,313,000 by 2025. Although the numerical increase might appear modest, it's essential to note that, according to Cerulli Associates, the average HNWI in Latin America boasts a net worth of USD 15 million, dwarfing the USD 3 million average in the United States.

In this evolving landscape, Latin America's strategic relevance in the global geopolitical arena, combined with the convergence of new technologies and innovative business models, is poised to reshape the business landscape for B2B and B2C sectors over the next ten years. The region beckons as an epicenter of opportunities, offering the potential for transformative growth and prosperity."

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