Building Networks With Broadband

Building Networks
With Broadband

Economic Development

Communication is a means to fostering economic development. Linking non-resident nationals with communities back home is beneficial for both groups. People want news of the homeland; they want to know what is going on. They also want to know how to get local products that are not readily available in their new country, so the communication links can open up a portal for e-commerce.

Linking Chambers of Commerce in the different regions can also foster not only a cultural and community exchange, but also serve as a means of encouraging inter-national or inter-regional development.

Economic development is a common need shared by people in the Caribbean, Central and South America, even in parts of the United States where Latinos reside.

Satellite technologies are the best vehicle to connect these communities in expeditious and cost effective manner, to create new economic activity and enhance existing ones in culture, education and commerce.

CRG was established to improve the lives of people through technology. With satellite infrastructure we can target the Latino community in North America, Central America, South America and the Caribbean simultaneously. We intend to do this by contributing to satisfy some needs for each local communities.

We aim to achieve this by providing connectivity between providers (universities, schools, government agencies, business, and other providers of services and content to satisfy the needs of these communities).

As integrators we provide solutions to these communities. We integrate content and services with our broadband technologies. We leverage our satellite infrastructure to maximize this connectivity.

This unique connectivity will provide support for: