Subway To Open New Argentina Franchise Every 72 Hours

Patrick Archer competitiveness, entrepreneurs, franchises, real estate, us companies

Subway is conquering the Argentina fast food landscape one 15-centimeter sub at a time and planning a year-end marathon like no other in the history of Argentina franchises. The world’s largest restaurant operator will open a new Subway every 72 hours over the next two months in Argentina, according to Apertura’s Joaquin Garau. Most of the new locations will be …

Buenos Aires Tops Conde Nast Readers’ Choice Awards

Patrick Archer arts & entertainment, buenos aires events, competitiveness, culture, global rankings, hotels & casinos, lifestyle, tourism

Conde Nast Traveler’s 2013 Readers’ Choice Awards were released this week, and Buenos Aires was named the #1 City in Central and South America as chosen by 80,000 world travelers. The Conde Nast website summarizes the Top 5 Cities in Central and South America in reverse order: 5. Antigua de Guatemala, 4. Paraty, Brazil, 3. Cartagena, Colombia, 2. Cusco, Peru …

Uruguay Extra Virgin Olive Oil Earns Global Elite Status

Patrick Archer agribusiness, lifestyle, real estate, uruguay, wine & vineyards

One year after joining the ranks of the world’s top ten producers in terms of quality, the Uruguay olive oil industry is preparing for another record harvest and rising exports in 2014. “The Uruguay Olive Begins To Appear Around The World” is the title of Valentin Trujillo’s detailed analysis of the evolution of the Uruguay olive industry from its humble …

Nuevocentro Shopping Montevideo Now Open

Patrick Archer arts & entertainment, lifestyle, real estate, tourism, uruguay

A new shopping center opened its doors this morning in a busy section of Montevideo, and shopaholics had filled the three-story complex by midday. The Nuevocentro Shopping Montevideo is a 742,000-square foot (69,000 square meter) project in a busy section of the Uruguay capital at the intersection of Luis Alberto de Herrera and Artigas Boulevard. The mall’s developer, Carlos Lecueder, tells …