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Inside PUMA Peru

We are a hardworking team made of people who share the same values and objectives. Like our goal to make PUMA one of the most known brands in sports and sportstyle in our local market.

Coming together at PUMA Peru

Coming together at PUMA Peru

Our PUMA Peru offices are located in Lima, Peru's capital, in the district of Surco. We're just a few minutes from two of the largest avenues in the city, in front of a shopping center and a few minutes from one of the largest shopping centers in the country, the Jockey Plaza. Due to our location, we have easy access to a variety of restaurants and shops, and, more importantly, to the next generation of PUMA candidates. Universities, such as UPC and the University of Lima are near the office, as well as the Toulouse Lautrec Institute.

Here at PUMA Peru, you'll meet a fairly young group, eager to advance the brand on a local and international level. By also having team leaders with a lot of experience and a commitment to develop new talent, we're ready to take on any challenge.


Living in Lima

Lima is a city suited for all types of people. During the day, adults and children alike can find something new to do at local fairs and workshops, go surfing or paragliding. And at night? Bars, clubs and even our museums are bound to draw your attention. And beyond the city borders, there's even much more to see.

With a cultural legacy of civilizations dating from 3200 AD, and a diverse geographic and climatic environment, Peru is a beautiful mix of history and breathtaking locations. Whatever you feel like doing, you're bound to find the right place: exploring the Amazon, valleys and deserts, enjoying our coasts and surfing the longest wave in the world or admiring Machu Picchu and the Nazca Lines.

Peru's greatest charm though? Without a doubt: its food.


Machu Picchu

Located near Cusco City, Machu Picchu is considered to be one of the most exceptional cultural sights of the world. It perfectly displays the architecture and engineering of the Inca civilization.

Peruvian Amazon

60% of the country are made up of the Peruvian Amazon, which is well-known for its biodiversity, including various fish, butterfly, and bird species.

Laguna 69 - Huaraz

At 4,600 meters above the sea level, the Laguna 69 is one of 400 lakes of the Huascaran National Park. It makes for a challenging hike, but it's well worth it: The water is amazingly clear and a beautiful light blue color.


The national dish of Peru and part of our national identity. It was even declared to be a cultural patrimony.

Meet the Team

We are what enriches PUMA with Speed and Spirit, each player is an individual talent and a force to be reckoned with when we come together. See what drives us, and how we celebrate when we score. So, what’s your game?





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Top Employer 2023 Latin America

we are a top employer

PUMA has been recognized as a Top Employer in Peru for dedication to provide the best working environment for employees through progressive “people-first” HR practices.

The award was granted based on The HR Best Practice Survey covering 600 “People Development” practices across 10 topics: Talent Strategy, Workforce Planning, Talent Acquisition, On-boarding, Learning & Development, Performance Management, Leadership Development, Career & Succession Management, Compensation & Benefits and Culture.

PUMA Wellbeing at Peru


  • Company Doctor
  • Free purified water
  • Free fruit
  • Medical Check-Up


  • Company Parties
  • Community engagement
  • Free coffee & tea
  • Special Occasion Gifts


  • Flexible Fridays
  • Flextime
  • Nursing Mother's Room
  • Parental leave policy


  • Medical & Life Insurance
  • Employee discount
  • Free parking
  • Welcome gift