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British firm expands operations in Costa Rica

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Published on Tuesday, April 23, 2024
By the A.M. Costa Rica staff


Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited, commonly referred to as Deloitte, a British multinational professional services network announced the establishment of a new center Escazu Village Corporate Center in San José.

“At Deloitte, our purpose is to make an impact that matters," said Carla Coghi, managing partner of Deloitte Costa Rica. " It leads us to focus on accelerating equity, sustainability, and shared prosperity through all that we do.” 

According to the firm, the expansion of its operations is part of its strategy to support long-term growth and expand capabilities in key functions such as finance, marketing and sales.

The new center, covering a full floor (2400 m2) is set to open in July 2024. With an office floor, training rooms, recreational areas, and a variety of wellness and community-building rooms.

The center will be equipped with flexible and collaborative workspaces, promoting a hybrid work style that includes both in-person and remote modalities.

The new center aims to initially hire 100 professionals, with the intent to scale over the next three years, hiring for talent across a wide range of roles including finance, marketing, sales, account management, and more. Those interested in applying for a job vacancy should visit the firm careers website.

Deloitte provides industry-leading audit, consulting, tax and advisory services to many of the world’s most admired brands, including nearly 90% of the Fortune 500® and more than 8,500 U.S.-based private companies. 

Deloitte is one of many U.S. companies investing in Costa Rica. Last week, the California-headquartered firm, Workday, opened operations in Heredia Province as part of its global location development strategy.

Even though new businesses are creating jobs in Costa Rica, unemployment remains at 7.8%, according to the National Employment Survey. Data recorded from Dec. 2023 to Feb. 2024 shows more than 182,000 people without registered jobs. Of these, 107,000 are men, making up 58% of the unemployed people in the country.

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