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Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) are the scene for new and exciting policy trends in science, technology and innovation. Countries in the region have made significant strides in developing robust policy frameworks, supporting the development of vibrant national and local innovation ecosystems. In some cases, the region has become an exporter of good practices and successful policy examples for developed and developing countries alike. 

At Technopolis Group, we pride ourselves on being innovation thinkers, movers and shakers. We are successfully operating at the forefront of public policy development in the LAC region and contributing to the region’s positive policy trend. Through our network of local and international consultants, we are in a unique position to offer top-notch advisory services to policymakers looking to develop stronger and smarter STI policies, based on evidence of what works and what doesn’t. 

We are the only consultancy offering access to such a wide variety of skills and expertise to STI decision-makers and practitioners in the LAC region, and our track record proves it! We have worked with clients ranging from large multilateral organisations such as the Inter-American Development Bank, to national governments and agencies such as Fundación Chile, to local innovation stakeholders such as the Escuela Politecnica del Litoral in Ecuador. We also work for a range of international donors and organisations operating in the region, including the European Commission, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) and the Department for International Development (DFID) of the United Kingdom. 

Our business unit for Latin America and the Caribbean is based in Bogotá, Colombia. Mónica Salazar in charge of supervising our activities in Latin America and the Caribbean, and is supported by Morgane Veillet Lavallée in the coordination with Technopolis Group’s European offices.

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