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Creative services continue to grow in Guatemala

By Mayora IP - 31/01/2018
Creative services continue to grow in Guatemala

The Guatemalan Creative Industry (Icrea) has generated exports for USD 16.3 million during 2017, reaching markets in Central America, the United States, the Caribbean and South America, according to a report by EFE news agency.

Icrea, formed by local 15 companies, works with 25 international companies and was bumped last year with the launching of the first mobile application of local creation, "Live Music Guate", an app which gathers and offers contents of more than 120 national artists with a wide variety of music: pop, rock, jazz and urban blues, among others.

Even more, the Association of Exporters of Guatemala announced that in 2018 they plan to create a new sector of the creative industry called "Guate Moda", which will promote small and medium-sized fashion companies to investors and strategic allies in markets such as the Dominican Republic, United States, Canada, Germany and France.

"Guate Moda" will bring together the most prestigious designers in the local industry, who will be provided of technical and commercial support.

By Mayora IP - 31/01/2018
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