Hola fellow expats,I am an American (from Alaska, so not sure if I really count) currently working from Buenos Aires. We have a sweet little setup for anyone who is trying to work from Buenos Aires without a proper office (anyone who is working from home, freelancer, traveling regularly to BA, etc). This concept is called The Office, and our first location is in the Hollywood area of Barrio Palermo. It's a really good alternative for anyone who was working like I was, from a cafe, with a shotty internet. The Office offers an upscale, professional, collaborative work space for individuals, freelancers and small to medium sized business owners. We provide SOILD CONNECTION, as well as the latest technology and infrastructure. It allows for a vibrant business culture, and endless networking possibities. It's something you may want to check out, our website is: http://www.theofficeba.com/eng/. Or you can email me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org, or at email@example.com if you would like anymore info!Thanks everyone and I would love to help out any of my fellow expats who are looking for a nice space to get some work done (on a non-business note, I can also help out anyone who is trying to get themselves familarized with life in BA)Cheers, Rachel
Currently a final year student at Trinity College, Dublin. If anyone has any advice on building a career in BA, advice would be most welcome. Are there any particular international companies recruiting in BA? Or agencies to contact. I don't have Spanish yet, just French, but do intend to learn it.
Do you have experience of seeking help from a British Embassy, Consulate or High Commission when travelling overseas? Did you get the support you were looking for? The Foreign Affairs Select Committee of the House of Commons would like to hear from you in a two-week web forum on the UK Parliament website. FCO consular services web forum There is time to participate till February 11th, 2014.
Hi I'm expecting 2 registered mail items sent to me from Australia more than a week ago and would like to know how I can track their "progress". I've followed links on this site with regard to the track & trace system of Correo Argentina, but the link only leads to an error page saying I'm unauthorized to access the info. I've tried finding out first hand at the local post office where they're most likely to be delivered, but wasn't very successful as my Spanish is less than adequate. Can anyone assist? What's a realistic timeframe to expect? Any information gratefully received. I'm quite time poor at the moment as I have arrangements to travel shortly & need to have some idea of what's happening before I leave. The annoying thing is I was told these items were being sent via International Courier as the matter was urgent- but that's another story!!! Regards Sue
TODAY'S THE DAY! ... vote for CASANDRA Movistar Community is voting the surging band... and YOU your vote counts! Vote for Casandra! http://batalladebandas.movistar.com.ar/bandas/casandra/ Thanks a lot! It would be great if you let me know when you do it.... spread the word!
BABEL-PSI is a community of professionals from multiple fields (psychiatrists, psychotherapists, anthropologists, linguists, educators), dedicated to study and research on migration and multicultural issues (www.babelpsi.com) This is our first conference, "CULTURAL DIVERSITY: PERSONAL AND PROFESSIONAL TESTIMONIES ", WITH FREE ATTENDANCE, and shall be held on September 21 st, between 8.30 AM and 2 PM, in PALERMO. PREVIOUS NSCRIPTION REQUIRED: firstname.lastname@example.org