Procolombia

September 27, 2019

During an event held in Miami and organized by the Business Council for the International Understanding (BCIU), the Colombian Embassy in the United States and ProColombia, about 80 attendees, including US congressmen and businessmen, heard from the Head of State and the President of ProColombia the advantages of investing in Colombia.

From left to right: Javier Cárdenas, Rhino Equipment President and CEO; Luis Carlos Perea, Colombian retired football player who played as a central defender.

From left to right: Javier Cárdenas, Rhino Equipment President and CEO; Annette Taddeo, she has served as a member of the Florida Senate since 2017. She represents the 40th district, encompassing Kendall and surrounding areas in southern Miami-Dade County.

From left to right: Javier Cárdenas, Rhino Equipment President and CEO; Ivan Duque, president of Colombia

From left to right: Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, Member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Florida's 27th district, she was Chairwoman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee from 2011–2013; Javier Cárdenas, Rhino Equipment President and CEO

From left to right: Jorge Arrizurieta, President of Arrizurieta and Associates a full service business development and government relations consulting firm specializing in Florida and Latin America and the Carribbean;  Carlos A. Gimenez, Mayor of Miami-Dade County, Florida, elected to office June 28, 2011 in a special election.; Marcel Felipe, Fundation inspira America, attorney and entrepreneur whose experience has included representing governments, heads of state, leading entrepreneurs and public companies;  Javier Cárdenas, Rhino Equipment President and CEO.

From left to right:  Javier Cárdenas, Rhino Equipment President and CEO; Francisco Santos, ambassador of Colombia in Washington; Juan David Velez, congressman Colombians abroad.

From left to right: Javier Cárdenas, Rhino Equipment President and CEO; Maria Elvira Salazar, journalist and broadcast television presenter who worked for the Spanish-language network Telemundo for three decades after serving as a news anchor for Miami-based Mega TV.