Have you ever wondered how to promote creativity and entrepreneurship in a sector that can transform the reality of a region? The answer lies in the fascinating and promising orange economy, a concept that is revolutionizing the way we see and approach economic and social development. But what exactly is the orange economy or creative economy? It is the set of economic activities based on creativity, culture and knowledge. Creativity and entrepreneurship are fundamental pillars of the orange economy and play a vital role in the development of communities. This time, I would like to present some examples of innovative projects so that you can be inspired, harness talent and transform it into a source of economic, social and cultural development. Pietà Project (Peru): It is a high-quality ecological urban clothing project, which is made by men and women from prisons in Lima. Prisoners who are part of this project can receive a reduction in their sentence and a percentage for the sales of the brand. Trash to Art (Brazil): This project transforms recyclable materials into works of art and unique products. Citizens collect and recycle materials such as plastic, glass, and paper to create sculptures, jewelry, and other art objects that are later
Many hotel companies will put part of their assets up for sale. As Laura Hernando , Managing Director of the Colliers International hotels department said : "There will be access to hotels that, without a pandemic, the owners probably would not have considered selling." In the case of Riu Hotels, there were three hotels in Spain, Portugal and Panama. The NH chain is another that emerges from its subsidiaries in Mexico and the Dominican Republic.