Banco CUSCATLAN inaugurated its new branch in Plaza Mundo Apopa, as part of its commitment to provide quality financial services to salvadorans.
90% of Platzi students improved their quality of life one year after completing their courses according to studiesWritten by Alondra Gutiérrez
Platzi is the largest technology-focused education platform in Spanish. With more than 700 courses aimed at training professionals prepared to face this fourth industrial revolution, it offers salvadorans to learn the skills needed in the digital economy with courses linked to the careers of the future.
The Ente Operador Regional (EOR), states that its duty is to ensure that the operation and dispatch of energy in Central America is carried out efficiently, seeking to achieve adequate levels of safety, quality, and reliability for the economic and social development of the region, based on a framework of respect and protection of the environment.
Central American industrial companies seek to increase participation in the Mercado Eléctrico Regional (MER) and negotiate directly with electricity generators the most convenient price conditions in the market for non-residential consumers or large final purchasers of electricity.
Neoen completed financing for two additional batteries totaling 11 MW / 8 MWh, which will operate within its Capella (140 MWp) and Providencia (101 MWp) solar power plants in El Salvador.
The EY DesignStudio aims to help organizations reimagine, design and launch new experiences to the market, innovating their products and services.
The Legislative Assembly reformed “Disposiciones Especiales y Transitorias de Suspensión de Concentraciones Públicos o Privados”, and with 66 votes authorized the realization of some events that comply with the proper biosecurity measures, in order to prevent Covid-19.
The Asociación Salvadoreña de Industriales (ASI) is at the forefront of efforts focused on environmental sustainability and seeks to contribute to the construction of resilient and sustainable economic systems.
Ministry of Tourism invited the tourism sector to reinforce biosecurity measures in the face of Covid-19Written by Alondra Gutiérrez
In view of the entry into force of Legislative Decree 90, which suspends concentration activities and public events, the Ministry of Tourism clarified that tourism related activities continue as normal, but urged the sector to reinforce sanitary measures to guarantee safe operations and avoid contagion of its clients and personnel.