Costa Rican Digital Tech Company Plans to Create 300 Job in the Next Three Years

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    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – As part of its expansion plan to meet the regional market, the company Prodigious Latin America, based in Costa Rica and Colombia, plans to hire between 200 and 300 professionals in a span of three years.

    This past July, Bosz Digital, a Costa Rican company dedicated to digital production and digital business development, was acquired by Publicis Groupe and integrated into the global network Prodigious, which has become today’s Prodigious Digital Bosz Latin America.

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    In recent years, Publicis Groupe has acquired and invested in various disciplines of production, particularly in the digital arena, and has expanded its global presence and its production sites covering about 20 locations in Europe, North and Latin America with highly-competent and Costa Rica, Colombia and Mauritius.

    The foray into these new areas implies a significant growth of software engineers and architects, creative producers, audiovisual producers, audio technicians, art directors, graphic designers, among others.

    Currently, the company has at least 40 positions and is expected during the next three years to open 200 to 300 new jobs.

    Part of the new expansion strategy is to delve into the Latin American market in order to begin to address customers in the region or global customers who have a significant presence in the area.

    Prodigious and works closely with several leading agencies Publicis Groupe as Publicis, Leo Burnett, Saatchi & Saatchi, Razorfish or DigitasLBi and gives services to brands such as Citi, Coca Cola, General Motors, Kellogg’s, L’Oréal, P & G, Renault Sanofi and Telefonica.

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN)

    San Jose Costa Rica

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