Building a bridge from Latin America and Central Europe (Day 2 on the WKO event in Vienna)

The Austrian Chamber of Commerce surely did a nice job in bringing together Latin American and Central European companies. According to Christian Gessl from WKO, on the first day there were 340 people from 37 countries. B2B meetings were intense, with 700 meetings booked. Why Austria In past years many Brazilian companies settled in Austria, stimulated byContinue reading “Building a bridge from Latin America and Central Europe (Day 2 on the WKO event in Vienna)”

Bringing together Latin America and Central Europe: takes from day one

The idea of bringing together companies from two very different regions is either right and tricky. Right because the Latin American market is large and needy and the Central and Eastern Europe companies have a lot to offer, mainly in the technology related sectors. Tricky for the magnitude of the task. This is day one. Let’s seeContinue reading “Bringing together Latin America and Central Europe: takes from day one”

What is Google up to in Brazil?

After visiting the Google office in Tel Aviv, I have recently written a post about what Google is up to in Israel. Google first opened its office in Israel in 2006. I visited two of the four floors used by Google on the 21st and 22nd floors of the famous Levinstein Tower in downtown Tel Aviv. Although notContinue reading “What is Google up to in Brazil?”