Google, Coca-Cola & Unilever Named Argentina’s Best Employers

Patrick Archer competitiveness, culture, global rankings, us companies

If there were an Olympics for the best employers in Argentina, the countries standing on the podium at the medal ceremony would be USA, USA and UK/Netherlands. Only instead of 1st, 2nd and 3rd place, all three would be taking home the gold according to the annual ranking by Argentina business magazine Apertura. In the 2011 Best Employers in Argentina …

Santa Fe’s Brewing Tradition & Argentina’s House Of Beer

Patrick Archer culture, foreign investment, lifestyle

In honor of Father’s Day, today we offer a tale of beer, hardworking immigrants and family traditions. Buenos Aires may have the Tech, Audiovisual and Design Districts, but Santa Fe has its own emerging district dedicated to one of the region’s most important industries: Beer. Negocios & Empresas says Santa Fe has the richest beer tradition in Argentina thanks to …

The City of Buenos Aires Receives 80 Demolition Requests Per Week

Patrick Archer ba government, buenos aires events, culture, real estate

The City of Buenos Aires receives 80 demolition requests per week for old buildings, but that doesn’t mean historic properties are in jeopardy, according to information provided to Clarin by the GCBA Ministry of Urban Development. Clarin’s Pablo Novillo says the construction boom in Buenos Aires and steady stream of demo requests prompted the City to be more proactive in identifying …

Buenos Aires, Lain American Art Fuels Art Basel Miami Beach

Patrick Archer arts & entertainment, creative class, culture, vanityba

From December 2-5 Art Basel, the most important art event in the United States and one of the most important art shows in the world, returns to Miami Beach. The sister event to Switzerland’s Art Basel, which has reigned as the world’s most prestigious art fair for over 40 years, Art Basel Miami Beach has opened the door to an …

Why Buenos Aires is “The Paris, NYC, Barcelona & Rome of South America”

Patrick Archer arts & entertainment, buenos aires events, creative class, culture, lifestyle, tourism

Buenos Aires receives her fair share of virgin travel writers who arrive, fall in love, and share their adventure with the readers back home in Shaker Heights or Des Moines. The same could be said of Adrian Brijbassi of the Toronto Star, but his Travel Ode to BA put this travel writer on a different plateau with a level of …