15 February marked a key benchmark for environmental and business engagement in Bogotá with the inauguration of Global Factor’s office in Colombia. This event marked a significant step in the drive towards a more sustainable and resilient future in the region.

The kick-off event was attended by Kepa Solaun, CEO of Global Factor, and Asier Sopelana, Partner and Manager at Global Factor, among other colleagues, who highlighted the importance of this expansion and the company’s mission towards a more sustainable and resilient future.

Global Factor is distinguished by its focus on helping organisations and entities navigate the complex sustainability landscape. Its team of experts aims to identify opportunities for improvement and develop effective strategies to maximise positive impact on the environment, society and the Colombian economy.

The opening of the Colombia office reflects the commitment to the country and its sustainable development. It also demonstrates the steady growth of Global Factor, consolidating its position in consulting and solutions for business sustainability.

This launch would not have been possible without the hard work and dedication of the entire team, as well as the continued support of partners and clients. We are grateful for the trust they have placed in us and we are committed to continue to exceed their expectations and deliver innovative solutions that make a positive impact. We are excited to embark on this new chapter in building a more sustainable and prosperous future for the country.

Source: Global Factor

Global Factor is an international group with 20 years of experience, specialised in offering global, original, and innovative solutions in the fields of climate change adaptation and mitigation, carbon footprint, sustainability, circular economy, renewable energies, climate neutrality and carbon markets. Global Factor has an interdisciplinary team with a presence in 8 countries and has participated in more than 2,000 projects for more than 700 public and private clients and counterparties, international organisations and non-profit entities in 51 different countries.