Grupo Bedoya Sells Its Shares Of LALExpo

COLOMBIA, Bolivia—After a successful and educational five years, and having had some great experiences, Richard Bedoya, CEO of Grupo Bedoya and one of the organizers and founders of LALExpo, announced the sale of the company's shares in this important event.

Grupo Bedoya, a company with 16 years of experience in the industry and recognized for its excellent quality, has just announced the sale of its share capital of LALExpo (The Latin American Adult Business Expo), as well as its retirement as Legal Representative of Latam Outsourcing SAS, the actual owner and organizer of the event. With the announcement of its sale of 33% of the total shares, and since Grupo Bedoya is one of the three founders and organizing members of LALExpo, the company appears to be signaling its plans to take a different course in the expansion of its operations.

LALExpo has become in recent years a benchmark for this type of B2B event worldwide, confirming itself as one of the most attended and important in the industry, and after five years, it continues to be the only event of its kind in Latin America. The massive attendance and the large and well-known companies that participate and support each year make this a must-attend event.

Bedoya and Grupo Bedoya have stated that they are proud to have contributed to the creation of such an important brand and been able to work in the last five years on this project called LALExpo. The company hopes to continue supporting the team that will follow to lead the event and wishes the rest of the organizers the greatest success, and that the event continues its growth.

Grupo Bedoya's decision to split efforts with the organizing companies and to stop being part of the event is nothing more than a change of direction in the commercial interests of the company, and hopes to continue supporting the industry from other angles.