Mario Oves, Director of the Argentine American Chamber of Commerce South East USA was invited to address the upcoming Executive MBA program graduating class, at Emory University, Goizueta School of Business, before their graduation trip to Argentina and Chile in early May 2012. This class consisted of around 60 Executive MBA students that invested 2 years to achieve this degree. These students are professionals from all kinds of backgrounds and origins. Mr. Oves has been doing business with Latin America and Argentina for the last 34 years through his Export Company, Instru-Med Inc. in Atlanta.
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The Social Web: Developments that redefine the way we do business
The Argentine American Chamber of Commerce together with Westminster Schools and the Georgia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, cordially invite you to a special presentation of the latest Web and Social Media breakthrough developments and an opportunity to talk directly with their creators and experts on their implementation.
Do you know how Social Media activity (Facebook, Twitter, Blogs, etc.) affect your company, brand, product and/or persona image? Are you taking advantage of the information consumers are freely providing to increase your revenues? Social media is growing rapidly. Technorati estimates that 75,000 blogs are created daily, with 1.2 million new posts that often include consumer opinions on products and services.
San Telmo (Pedro González Telmo) is the oldest barrio (neighborhood) of Buenos Aires, Argentina and also a fairly well preserved area of that constantly changing Argentine metropolis and is characterized with a number of colonial buildings. Cafes, tango parlors and antique shops line up the cobblestone (adoquines) streets, which are filled with artists and dancers.
San Telmo’s many attractions include many old churches (e.g. San Pedro Telmo), museums, antique stores and a semi-permanent antique fair (Feria de Antigüedades) in the main public square, “Plaza Dorrego.” Tango-related activities for both locals and tourists also abound in the area.