The City of Knowledge is home to the headquarters for companies committed to innovation, research, and development (I + R + D) of new solutions for social needs. Our campus offers an ideal environment and opportunities for collaboration and exchange of knowledge and experiences.
Over a period of two decades, this environment for innovation and collaboration offered by the City of Knowledge has drawn companies and institutions from knowledge intensive and technology based fields with a high added value, such as information technology and communications, environmental management, logistics, bioscience, and creative industries.
The work that the City of Knowledge carries out in terms of innovation management supports coordination between the needs of the companies on campus and the services offered by the academic, scientific, and technological sectors. In addition, it facilitates the validation and dissemination of experiences and knowledge through a program of activities that is open to the public.
Le brindamos ofertas superiores al consumidor, utilizando el poder de los números mediante la Compra Colectiva. Nuestros miembros están buscando las mejores cosas que hacer, en los mejores lugares de la ciudad. Al mismo tiempo, las empresas locales están buscando cada vez más clientes que puedan disfrutar lo que ofrecen.
City of Knowledge is home to the headquarters for companies committed to innovation, research, and development (I + R + D) of new solutions for social needs
The Innovation Center at City of Knowledge has two decades of experience developing a network for entrepreneurship and innovation in Panama.
City of Knowledge attracts academic programs and training centers for development of professional skills and competencies
The main center for NGOs and international organizations in Latin America and the Caribbean is located at the City of Knowledge.
City of Knowledge hosts the headquarters of important Panamanian government institutions
In City of Knowledge there are various shops for the convenience of the community and visitors to the campus