Skip to main content

You are here


Six resource centers for Colombian entrepreneurs

10/02/2015 10:34
Leer en

These six websites contain tools and documents that are very useful for anyone in the early stages of developing an innovative company. All the resources are free, so they are well worth taking into account.


1. Columbia 3.0 conferences

Colombia 3.0, organized by the Colombian ICT Ministry, is one of the most important digital content summits in Latin America. Each year it brings together a number of experts in animation, videogames, web development, music, marketing and digital publishing –among others–, who offer conferences and activities related with innovation, technology and entrepreneurship

At the end of the event, the talks are recorded on YouTube videos so they can be consulted at any time. This year, the Colombia 3.0 summit took place in Bogota in early September, so you can see some of the best conferences here:

2. Brújulapp from Colombia digital

Colombia digital is an organization dedicated to promoting the use and appropriation of information and communication technologies. Their website has a section on "Tools", which contains quick guides for optimizing teamwork , online marketing, project management and other aspects of interest to entrepreneurs.

One of the most attractive resources is Brujulapp, a repository of technology tools that allows the development of a range of digital products. The tool allows users to look for apps related with design, programming, animation, architecture, video, music, communications, education, app development and marketing. Within each one of these categories there are subcategories where you can find useful tools for each stage of the processes. Click here to see the Brújulapp:

3. Apps.Co workshops

The app development program in the Colombian MinTIC offers of free courses on issues entrepreneurship, business, marketing, design, social media and legal concepts, among others. Each one of these categories has courses at the basic, intermediate and advanced levels:

4.  Police Cybernetics Center

This portal belonging to the National Police contains recommendations, guides, reports and infographs on cybersecurity. It also allows the reporting of IT crime in areas such as banking, industry and e-commerce, and small and medium enterprises:

5. National Copyright Unit

This portal contains precise information on aspects such as What is intellectual property? What is copyright? What are related rights? What are the international agreements on copyright and related rights ratified by Colombia? It also covers other issues of vital importance for anyone engaged  in creating new products, services, or any other intellectual production that needs to be protected:

6. Colombian Chamber of eCommerce

The CCCE has a YouTube channel on which it constantly publishes testimonies, conferences, case studies and web forums dedicated to sharing ideas on a whole range of issues related to eCommerce in Colombia:


Write your comment

Add new comment

Plain text

  • No HTML tags allowed.
  • Lines and paragraphs break automatically.