Conference TEDx Speaker in Santiago, Chile
Patrick Schwerdtfeger is available to speak in Santiago as a leading authority on self-employment and global business trends. He’s the author of the award-winning book Marketing Shortcuts for the Self-Employed (2011, Wiley) and a regular speaker for Bloomberg TV. If you are planning a business conference at the Sheraton Santiago Hotel & Convention Center, Nogales Hotel & Convention Center, the Crowne Plaza Santiago or some other convention space in Santiago, Chile, Patrick will deliver the excitement and buzz you’re looking for. As a motivational keynote speaker, his primary objective is to leave attendees inspired, energized and excited to improve their businesses.
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General Information About Santiago, Chile, for Meeting Planners
Santiago is a modern metropolitan area in the heart of the Santiago de Chile basin and ranks the world’s ninth fastest growing city in 2011. The largest city of Chile, Santiago is home to about 5 million people according to the 2010 Census. Santiago, being Chile’s capital city and center of commerce, attracts multinational companies such as Coca-Cola, Ford, Procter & Gamble, Reuters, Unilever, and Microsoft. Convention and meeting venues in Santiago includes Plaza De Armas, Santiago Marriott Hotel and Hostal Romandia among others. Expo Nuevo Mundo Ruarla and Feria Internacional de Santiago, attended by business visitors from around the world, are some of the major events in this scenic South American city.
2013 Business Conferences in Santiago, Chile
2013 will bring hundreds of conventions and meetings hosted at Santiago, Chile. Some of the larger gatherings taking place in the city include the 2nd Annual Latin American and Caribbean Global Health Conference “Transcending Borders for Health Equity” hosted by the Latin American Alliance for Global Health and the School of Public Health of the University of Chile which will be held at the University of Chile in January. Also, the International Confederation for Plastic Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgery will host its 17th World Congress at Espacio Riesco in February. Furthermore, CRU’s 12th World Copper Conference will be held at Santiago’s Grand Hyatt Hotel in April, whereas CIREC’s 2013 Chilean International Renewable Energy Congress is going to take place in September at Intercontinental Santiago.
Santiago Food Choices for Convention Attendees
While on a business conference in Santiago, Chile, experience local flavor at famous restaurants in the city like Emporio La Rosa, Las Vacas Gordas, Astrid y Gaston, and Patagonia. Emporio La Rosa (Phone: 02-638-9257) at Merced 291 offers unique handmade ice cream flavors such as rose petal, black pepper and choco-chilli. Las Vacas Gordas (Phone: 02-697-1066) at Cienfuegoes 280 in Barrio Brasil serves hefty portions of sizzling steaks. Critically acclaimed for quality Peruvian cuisine, Astrid y Gaston (Phone: 02-650-9125) at Antonio Bellet 201 boasts of the modern and traditional fusions of ceviches, chochinillio (suckling pig), and chupes (fish stews). And with a kitchen run by Argentine chefs, Patagonia (Phone: 02-664-3830) at Lastarria 96 serves delightful combinations of lamb, berry sauce, rainbow trout and goat cheese.
Santiago Attractions for Conference Delegates
Whether there is a business conference or a business meeting in Santiago, Chile, make sure you visit the Casablanca Valley, the San Cristobal Hill, the La Chascona, and the Metropolitan Cathedral. Taste the best wines at the Casablanca Valley in Santiago as the wineries are made with the finest grapes. One of the most revered landmarks is the San Cristobal Hill to the Parque Metropolitano for a pleasant walk. Relive the history of Pablo Neruda’s at his La Chascona home in Santiago. Learn about the region’s religious history and take in the beauty of one of the most beautiful architectural buildings in all of Santiago: the Metropolitan Cathedral.