Where, when and how: Copa América 2019

June just arrived and also the Copa América 2019. That’s right, the start of this popular event will be at the Morumbí Stadium in Sao Paulo

360° Advertising in Congress and Events market

This is a demo about how the Chilean Government Trade Promotion Bureau could promote its participation in the most important event in Miami (FL).

Latin American elections 2019

2019 Elections in Central & South America: Improvement or Status Quo? On the heels of the 2018 elections that brought Colombia’s (Ivan Duque), Mexico’s (AMLO Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador) and Brazil’s (Jair Bolsonaro) new leaders to the top post in Latin America

Poet’s Pacific paradise: Pablo Neruda’s homes in Chile

As a new film about Pablo Neruda gets a UK release, we visit two of the Pacific-facing homes where the poet found inspiration: Isla Negra and the ‘crazy port’ of Valparaíso

Asylum applications – canary in the coal mine

With the Venezuela elections and other pending elections throughout Latin America, the spotlight is on the numerous challenges facing the region.  To see the ripple effect of instability one need look no further than asylum applications and immigration numbers to see which countries are in the most trouble.

Mexico Elections: Facing challenges in 2018

Latin America and specifically the Mexico elections face numerous challenges in 2018. Like the United States and the much publicized “fake news” phenomena, the issue is a global one and all countries are battling against disruptions in their systems.

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Latin American elections 2019

Latin American elections 2019

2019 Elections in Central & South America: Improvement or Status Quo? On the heels of the 2018 elections that brought Colombia’s (Ivan Duque), Mexico’s (AMLO Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador) and Brazil’s (Jair Bolsonaro) new leaders to the top post in Latin America

Asylum applications – canary in the coal mine

Asylum applications – canary in the coal mine

With the Venezuela elections and other pending elections throughout Latin America, the spotlight is on the numerous challenges facing the region.  To see the ripple effect of instability one need look no further than asylum applications and immigration numbers to see which countries are in the most trouble.

Mexico Elections: Facing challenges in 2018

Mexico Elections: Facing challenges in 2018

Latin America and specifically the Mexico elections face numerous challenges in 2018. Like the United States and the much publicized “fake news” phenomena, the issue is a global one and all countries are battling against disruptions in their systems.

Portada Miami | April 18-19 2018

Portada Miami | April 18-19 2018

The 10th annual edition of Portada Miami (April 18-19 2018) to discuss how brands across the Americas are taking back control.

The Rise of latino food culture in the U.S.

The Rise of latino food culture in the U.S.

Last week was National Taco Day and the Internet went crazy with expressing their love for tacos. Restaurants, fast-food chains, and shops jumped on taco deals, including non-exclusively Latino restaurants such as Red Robin, which created a new burger-taco mashup. T

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Latin American elections 2019

Latin American elections 2019

2019 Elections in Central & South America: Improvement or Status Quo? On the heels of the 2018 elections that brought Colombia’s (Ivan Duque), Mexico’s (AMLO Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador) and Brazil’s (Jair Bolsonaro) new leaders to the top post in Latin America

Asylum applications – canary in the coal mine

Asylum applications – canary in the coal mine

With the Venezuela elections and other pending elections throughout Latin America, the spotlight is on the numerous challenges facing the region.  To see the ripple effect of instability one need look no further than asylum applications and immigration numbers to see which countries are in the most trouble.

Mexico Elections: Facing challenges in 2018

Mexico Elections: Facing challenges in 2018

Latin America and specifically the Mexico elections face numerous challenges in 2018. Like the United States and the much publicized “fake news” phenomena, the issue is a global one and all countries are battling against disruptions in their systems.