Entrepreneurship in Peru
Many Peruvians are hopeful that the recent national day celebration and presidential inauguration (July 28, 2001) marked the end of two years of political instability and put the country on the path to economic recovery, democratic institutionalization and a restored image in the world. For U.S. exporters and investors the verdict is out on whether and how rapidly a new administration, congress and reforming judiciary can achieve these aims. Success or significant progress would position Peru to regain the status of a rapidly growing and liberalizing market, which the country enjoyed through much of the mid-1990s. Failure would relegate Peru to status as a marginal and relatively remote market that offers niche opportunities to some U.S. businesses, but a limited and problem-plagued business environment, generally.
International gold hunter. Some people have all the fun.
2002 Capital Access Index for Latin America
"My time in Peru not only taught me about entrepreneurship"
Support activities oriented to Micro and Small Sized Enterprises
The case of inventor and entrepreneur José Vidal Martina
Jose Koechlin first visited Manchu Picchu in the early 70s
Entrepreneur Martin Haggland
Peru as the ideal target to export one of America’s hottest businesses — gambling