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Invest Puerto Rico seeks world-class management team
December 26, 2018
San Juan, PR, December 13, 2018 – The Board of Directors of Invest Puerto Rico (“InvestPR”) today announced that it is in the process of recruiting the world-class executive team that will lead the operations of the new entity in charge of the promotion of Puerto Rico abroad as an investment destination. InvestPR expects to soon have its Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) and Chief Business Development Officer (CBDO) in office.
In order to recruit the best talent available in or out of Puerto Rico, InvestPR has the assistance of Jorgenson Consulting, a national firm with 25 years of experience, specialized in the recruitment of top-level executive talent for non-profit organizations dedicated to economic development.
“We are very excited about the support we are receiving from Jorgenson. They have many years of experience recruiting top leaders and executives for organizations like ours. We are convinced that InvestPR will have a world-class executive team to carry out its mission to promote Puerto Rico abroad as a competitive investment jurisdiction, focused on attracting new business and external capital to the Island,” said Ella Woger-Nieves, Chief Operating Officer of InvestPR.
Woger-Nieves added that InvestPR will also begin to execute various aspects of its organizational implementation, including the recruitment of the rest of the staff and the implementation of the human resources structure. As part of this initiative, InvestPR will be recruiting talent in the areas of marketing, business development, finance and administrative support. For more information about available positions and the application process, please visit the InvestPR website, http://bit.ly/IPR-JoinTheTeam.
About Invest Puerto Rico: InvestPR is a private, non-profit organization created under Law 13 of 2017 with the objective of promoting Puerto Rico abroad as a competitive investment jurisdiction, focused on attracting to the Island new businesses and capital that generate economic development and create new, well-paid jobs. The entity has a Board of 11 members, three from the public sector and eight from the private sector representing a variety of industries.