The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – To promote sales of laptops, tablets, convertible computers and storage devices such as hard drives, USB sticks and SD cards, Toshiba opened its new Costa Rica headquarters for Central America and Miami.
The inauguration was attended by President of the Republic, Luis Guillermo Solis, Minister of Foreign Trade, Alexander Mora, Minister of Science and Technology, Gisela Kooper and Foreign Minister Manuel González.
The president thanked the company for choosing the country as their headquarters, as it is keen to expand in the region.
“The opening of this center creates an important dimension, in which Costa Rica becomes an export platform for other regions, in this case to South Florida,” said the president.
“Costa Rica is the point of congruence between North and South America, making it ideal for international trade. For that reason we are here,” noted Edgar Gonzalez Toshiba Senior Vice President for South and Central America.
According to the Minister of Foreign Trade, Alexander Mora, this office is hiring 15 people.
This is the sixth office in the region, which is located in the office center CEDEAL in Escazú and has an area of 233 square meters.
The Costa Rica News (TCRN)
San Jose, Costa Rica