In order to improve business productivity, the CCB's Executive President, Mónica de Greiff; the Vice-Minister of Industry, Saúl Pineda Hoyos; the CEO of Colombia Productiva, Camilo Fernández de Soto; and the president of Bancóldex, Javier Díaz Fajardo, all invite you to enroll in the Fábricas de Productividad (Productivity Factories) program for Greater Bogotá. This is a program by the Colombian government aimed at helping small, medium and large companies in the manufacturing, agricultural and service sectors improve their profit indicators and elevate their capacity to compete domestically and abroad.
The companies will be assisted by the CCB's Business Consultants, who will operate the program in the region. Extension agents (productivity experts) will coordinate the work inside companies.
Las empresas serán atendidas por Consultores Empresariales de la Cámara de Comercio de Bogotá, que serán las operadoras de este programa en las regiones. El trabajo al interior de las empresas se realizará a través de los extensionistas (expertos en productividad).
We have a specialized service model made to fit the needs of business people and businessmen operating in Greater Bogotá at the Entity. We now make it available to the country to be implemented through the productivity factories, even the orange chapter, because we have been betting on cultural and creative industries for over 15 years”.Monica de Greiff, the CCB's executive president
The program functions in five steps:
1. Application: Companies that apply enter an evaluation phase to verify that they meet the program's minimum requirements.
2. Diagnostic: If the company meets the minimum requirements, a Business Consultant from the CCB, who is an expert in productivity, will visit the site and perform an in-depth diagnosis to design a work plan.
3. Definition of the services to be used: The company defines the program service lines needed to work, which will be managed by an extension agent, together with the Business Consultant and Colombia Productiva.
4. Intervention: The extension agent will begin the consulting process according to the company's needs. The intervention may take up to 80 hours of specialized technical assistance.
5. Evaluation: Once the company is done with the up to 80 hours of consultations, an evaluation will be performed and the results will be shared with the company to determine whether to keep going with the continuous improvement process and begin a new cycle.