Welcome to the Q4 issue of Latin America News! Showcasing the latest news, up to the minute features and cutting-edge opinion pieces from across Latin America region.

In recent news, InfoReach has just announced the expansion of its South America operations with the opening of a new office in São Paulo, Brazil. From this office InfoReach will work to expand its global reach into Latin America’s largest economy.

Recently, Butterfield & Robinson, one of the world’s premier active travel company, has just launched three new private trips to Mexico for 2019. The three new private tours highlight history, aquatic wildlife and incredible cuisine which have been designed to excite foodies, families and adventure-seekers.

Elsewhere in this edition, we take a look at how Beat, a leading ride-hailing app formerly known as Taxibeat, announced that it will extend service to Mexico City in Q1 2019. Backed by Daimler Mobility Group, Beat is opening its offices in Mexico City and anticipates recruiting thousands of drivers by launch in time for the new year.

Also in this issue, FARMFOLIO, a Cayman Islands-based agriculture development firm, has closed the second round of funding for its Colombian farming operation, Pietrasanta. The project encompasses 570 acres of organic coconut development and Colombia’s first certified coconut nursery opting for a more sustainable future.

Here at Latin America News, we hope that you enjoy reading this edition and look forward to seeing you in the New Year!