Patrick Schwerdtfeger is available to speak in Buenos Aires and is 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 Buenos Aires Hotel & Convention Center on San Martin, the Casa de la Villa Eventos on Gualeguaychú in Villa Devoto (Capital Federal), the Hotel Melia Buenos Aires on Reconquista or some other convention space in Buenos Aires, Argentina, 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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Buenos Aires has many conference facilities, including:
- Sheraton Buenos Aires Hotel & Convention Center on San Martin 1225
- Sheraton Libertador Hotel on Avenida Cordoba 690
- University of CEMA on Avenida Cordoba 374
- Hilton Buenos Aires on Macacha Guemes 351
- Meliá Buenos Aires on Reconquista 945
- Other meeting spaces in Caballito, Avellaneda, Ciudadela and San Justo
General Information about Buenos Aires, Argentina, for Meeting Planners
The capital of Argentine Republic, Buenos Aires is an autonomous district located in the west coast of La Plate River in South America. The city of Buenos Aires houses about 13 million people, making it one of the top 17 most populous metropolitan areas in the world. It hosts several international events such as International Fair of Machine Tools, Capital Goods and Services for Production (FIMAQH), Centro Expositor De Las Manufacturas Del Cuero Argentino and SIMATEX Expo. Buenos Aires hosts regional headquarters for a number of international companies such as IBM, Deutsche Bank, Microsoft and Techint. Business travelers could make use of different conference and convention facilities in Buenoes Aires, including the Sheraton Buenos Aires Hotel & Convention Center and Hotel Bys Palermo. Here is Patrick’s economic forecast for Argentina.
2014 Business Conventions in Buenos Aires, Argentina
Numerous business conferences are being hosted in Buenos Aires in 2014. Intersec Buenos Aires, hosted by The International Trade Fair for Commercial and Information Security will take place in September at La Rural Exhibition and Conference Centre on 1510 H Street NW. Barany Society Meeting, hosted by Congrex Switzerland Ltd will take place in May at the Hilton Macacha Guemes 351 Buenos Aries. Shale Gas World Argentina, hosted by Terrapin Pte Limited will be held in August at the Hilton Macacha Guemes 351. Automechanika Argentina 2014, hosted by Leading International Trade Fair for the Automotive Industry targeting Trade Visitors from South America will be held in November at La Rural Exhibition and Conference Center on 1510 H Street NW, Buenos Aires.
2013 Business Conferences in Buenos Aires, Argentina
Buenos Aires will host some large conferences in 2013. Some of these include International Institute of Social and Economic Sciences’ International Academic Conference to be held in February at Buenos Aires Sheraton Hotel. Aside form that, the 10th International Congress on SLE (Lupus 2013) will be held at Hilton Hotel Buenos Aires in April. Also, you are encouraged to attend the 15th Comparative Education World Congress “New Times, New Voices. Comparative Perspectives for Education” in June next year at the new building of the School of Economics of University of Buenos Aires. Furthermore, the World Federation for Mental Health, along with the Mental Health Association of Argentina, is hosting the World Mental Health Congress in August at PanAmericano Hotel and Resort.
Buenos Aires Food Choices for Convention Attendees
A business convention in Buenos Aires is not complete without checking out a few local restaurants: Las Cortaderas, Plaza España, Cumaná and El Desnivel. Las Cortaderas (Phone: 011-4774-4709) at Avenue Báez 444 serves generous amounts of Argentine pasta and meat orders, as well as salad variations and pastry choices. Open 24 hours a day, Plaza España (Phone: 011-4383-3271) at Avenue de Mayo 1299 in Microcentro is known for its casseroles and ravioli in Bolognese sauce. Cumaná (Phone: 011-4813-9207) Rodriguez Peña 1149 in Recoleta is one of the few places that serves regional South American dishes like the locro (corn-based stew) and humita (cheese and corn mixture). You haven’t been to Argentina if you haven’t eaten at El Desnivel (Phone: 011-4300-9081) at Defensa 855 in San Telmo where provolone and empanadas are dirt-cheap but definitely tasty.
Buenos Aires Attractions for Conference Delegates
After attending your business conference at Buenos Aires, the second largest metropolitan and capital of Argentina, spare some time and visit the top attractions like Obelisk, Teatro Colon, La Recoleta Cemetery and Plaza de Mayo. First on the list is Obelisk, a famous monument found in Avenida 9 de Julio of Buenos Aires, which is one of the widest streets in the world. Teatro colon, situated in Cerrito 628 in Buenos Aires, is a seven storied Opera house along with a small museum, opened in 1908. The La Recoleta Cemetery is a cemetery and is regarded as a city within a city with the graves of famous people in Argentina. And lastly the Plaza de Mayo of 16th century is definitely worth a visit.