Guillermo Saint Malo Eleta, CEO of the Eleta conglomerate, believes that in order to grow, it is necessary to concentrate efforts and risks in one industry or business, while diversifying.
The Eleta Group’s Café Eleta, founded in 1978 by Fernando Eleta, is today a reference in its sector, firstly for the quality of the coffee it grows and secondly for its sustainable tourism offer.
Ninety Plus. In specialty coffee these two words have come to mean two things: an extremely high calibre and rare coffee as well as the brand built by Joseph Brodsky.
The foundations established by Fernando Eleta in the holding company have served to grow the companies successfully and to be a reference in the market.
The Nescafé brand presents a coffee bean from Piedra Candela, Renacimiento – Chiriquí, directly from the Eleta coffee plantation.
Pearl Island is the third largest island in Las Perlas Archipelago. Recently developed in the island is an incomparable luxury resort and residential complex waiting to be discovered.
Panama’s premier specialty coffee company Café Unido is opening a second location in Northwest, Washington, D.C on Tuesday, November 1.
The second location was originally slated to be a Unido Roastery set nearby Latin lifestyle market, La Cosecha. While those plans are currently on hold, the team is taking up the space at 901 W NW.
The Most Admired Companies in Central America have earned recognition from the business world of the region for three distinctive factors: the quality of their internal management, the quality of the products and services they produce, market and distribute and, finally, for their ability to attract, retain and develop talent, confirms a recent study carried out by E&N and by the international consulting firm Skaleno Advisory.
The Panamanian electric power generation company Electron Investment (EISA) placed corporate bonds for 205 million dollars. The securities accrue three-month Libor interest rate plus an applicable margin of 3.75% per annum and have a maturity date of July 17, 2030.
Panama-based coffee company Ninety Plus says it has broken its own world record for most expensive coffee ever sold, sending green coffee to Espresso Lab in Dubai (UAE) for $10,000 per kilogram ($4,535 per pound). It practically doubles the $2,273 price record for green coffee, which came from a 2017 Ninety Plus auction.