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Four Latin American hubs to launch your Start Up

Latin American Hubs give Entrepreneur lots of Options For companies that need extra space, Bogotá has 19.3 million square feet of office space and over 50 industrial parks that include free trade zones and warehousing and manufacturing space. When considering a place to launch a start-up, immediately Silicon Valley comes to mind. But with the market saturation and incredibly high cost-of-living, San Francisco is not an option for all companies. While New York, Miami, and Chicago are becoming burgeoning start-up…

Brexit has happened but will it rip apart the Global Economy ?

The end of Europe as we once knew it ? The English voter, in one of the most self-absorbed acts of mass myopia in the 21 th century, voted to leave the European Union (EU)  yesterday. It shocked most of the English Millennials and just about all of the outside world, but not because the world wasn’t paying attention but because most investors thought no one could be so narcissistic. How wrong they all were. Britain might be an island, but the fallout was never going to be contained singularly to its…

Investment in Farmland

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Investment in farmland suitable for either livestock or crops, is by far the safest investment, especially long-term ie. 5 to 10 years. It is an area little studied by modern investors, who have remained in the dot com investors world and have forgotten the traditional investment: farms. Today, the following observation is most certain: where there is arable land in a stable political environment with clear rules and access to ports, you can make a minimum investment of 9% and a capitalization rate of 4%. These…

Uruguay Agricultural Real Estate Review

Uruguay Farmland, photo collaboration of Alfonso Guerrina
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Update of Uruguay agricultural real estate review: Prices of agricultural fields sold in 2016 are significantly lower than in previous years. However, the fields – three of them – are very extensive and are exclusively dedicated to cattle pasture. In addition, among the hectares included and paid for, there are significant tracts of mountains and bush. Average prices are therefore seen to be lower, without this being the reality. An important factor to consider, and that has influenced the low average…

Buenos Aires is a Slice of Food Heaven

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Thomas Manning’s View of Latin America’s Favourite City – Buenos Aires On the basis of English writer Virginia Woolf’s observation that “One cannot think well, love well, sleep well, if one has not dined well” the Argentine people are all loving, clear-thinking intellectuals who sleep like angels fits well with Buenos Aires which is seen by many as a slice of heaven. Argentina’s food production is such a cornucopia of plenty that it’s axiomatic eating in Argentina is to dine well.…

The Future is here Now

Our children and grandchildren should read this and understand what will change as the future is here now. They must  keep their eyes open for opportunities and maybe leave law school before it is too late!! From Udo Gollub after the Singularity University Summit: This makes one think of the coming possibilities… In 1998, Kodak had 170,000 employees and sold 85% of all photo paper worldwide. Within just a few years, their business model disappeared and they went bankrupt. What happened to Kodak will happen…