N° 19 (English): The Case of INNpulsa Colombia. The evolution of a public policy for the promotion of business hyper-growth
INNpulsa Colombia, a special program by the Colombian development bank, Bancóldex, was created in 2012 in an effort to “support and promote business hyper-growth, led by innovation throughout the country.” INNpulsa promotes the emergence of new companies with hypergrowth potential and supports businesses that place innovation at the center of their strategy. Several Latin American countries have launched public policy initiatives aimed at strengthening their entrepreneurial ecosystems. In this sense, INNpulsa hopes to generate an interaction of different ideas and options that can contribute to the common goal of creating public policies that foster entrepreneurship so it becomes an engine for economic growth in Latin America.
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