Buenos Aires, Argentina
Buenos Aires is not only the capital of Argentina and one of the world’s leading ports, but is also Argentina’s business and cultural center.
With over 15 million inhabitants, it houses 39% of the nation’s population and 36% of the country’s economic activity. Buenos Aires is the second-largest metropolitan area in South America, often referred to as the “Paris of South America” due to its European architecture and culture. World-renowned gastronomy, architecture, and cultural attractions combine to make Buenos Aires one of the must-see destinations in Latin America.
Why Buenos Aires?
Since its dramatic economic collapse in 2001, Argentina has been experiencing up and down growth particularly in recent years. Historically one of the world’s great economies, the reality of doing business in Argentina are best learned about on the ground directly from the country’s business leaders. Argentina’s volatile economic history and complicated business environment offer challenges and opportunities alike for foreign businesses. Buenos Aires’ history and vibrant culture offer visiting business school programs a fascinating combination of rich cultural experiences combined with truly unique business case studies.