Today, we’re celebrating the Day of Native Peoples, a day chosen to preserve, perpetuate and highlight the culture of native peoples of The Americas.
Because they left the first cultural footprint in our territory.
Because they represent each nation’s birth.
Because they were the first inhabitants of these lands, the ones who respect them the most and even continue to call it Mother.
In the age of technology and all the wonderful possibilities it offers, it’s important to keep up our ancestors’ legacy and carry on the values, culture and knowledge that make up our origins.
As a Latin American company, we chose the colors of the Wiphala , the flag that represents the native peoples of our region because the meaning of each one of its colors, such as belonging, diversity and equality, is connected to the main aspects of SumaLatam’s objectives, values, mission and vision, and of the story we want to write.
Different social, cultural, human, and organizational spaces and ideologies are expressed through color and words:
Communicating people beyond languages and using languages as the means to convey culture.
Joining cultures, ideas, products, and services by means of language.
Integrity and focus on people.
Leading by example and teamwork.
Communicating honestly and openly.
Doing things right for our people, our environment, and our society.
Focusing on clients and results.