Start-Ups Buenos Aires After Office Wednesday April 18th

Wednesday the 18th from 7:30 pm – 10:30 pm I’ll be hosting another Start-Ups Buenos Aires After Office. The goal of the event is to meet people and make connections. If you’re looking for a job, to hire someone, find a business partner or just make some new friends this is the place to be. As always the event is free and this time there is a happy hour until midnight. Carnal also serves food in case you want to stay around for dinner or order something to snack on. If you show up within the first half hour or so I’ll even provide you with some free beer provided by our host Carnal.

Here are the event details

Wednesday, April 18th, 2012
7:30pm – 10:30pm
Carnal (Palermo)
Niceto Vega 5511 (corner Humboldt)

You can see who is attending and more details on the Facebook event and don’t forget to join our Facebook group to receive announcements on future events.

Start-Ups Buenos Aires After Office Next Wednesday

Wednesday the 19th from 7:30 pm – 10:30 pm I’ll be hosting the Start-Ups Buenos Aires After Office. Last time we had a great turnout and I had a great time so I’m definitely looking forward to the next one. I even talked the bar into giving me a few pitchers of beer that I plan to share with the early arrivals so make sure to get there early.

The point of the event is to meet people and make connections. If you’re looking for a job, to hire someone, find a business partner or just make some new friends this is the place to be. As always the event is free and this time there is a happy hour until midnight. Carnal also serves food in case you want to stay around for dinner or order something to snack on.

Here are the event details

Wednesday, October 19th, 2011
7:30pm – 10:30pm
Carnal (Palermo)
Niceto Vega 5511 (corner Humboldt)

You can see who is attending and more details on the Facebook event and don’t forget to join our Facebook group to receive announcements on future events.

Hope to see you there!

Resources for Buenos Aires Expat Entrepreneurs

So you’ve recently moved to Buenos Aires or your thinking about it and you want to get connected with the local expat scene. Getting to know people and building your network of friends and colleagues is one of the most important things you’ll need to do. Here are some resources to help get you started.

Entrepreneur and Startup Related Groups/Events

Start-Ups Buenos Aires – I host this free networking event every few months which is a great place to meet other foreign and local entrepreneurs as well as people looking to network, find jobs or just grab some drinks for friends.

Lean Startups Buenos Aires – If you haven’t heard about the Lean Startup you should definitely do some research. This local group meets about once a month with the goal of discussing Lean Startups. The meetings often are in English and are also limited to 30 people which gives you a chance to get to meet all the attendees and many plenty of opportunities to ask questions. After every meeting they head out to a local bar for drinks.

Palermo Valley – Is by far the biggest event I know of that meets regularly; about every two months. Often times they have speakers or host elevator pitches with a panel that provides feedback. They’ve recently starting hosting smaller morning events which I haven’t had the opportunity to attend yet. The events usually attract about 200 people and there are free drinks for an added bonus. It’s only in Spanish but you’ll meet plenty of expats or English speakers there.

Temporary Office Space

Areatres – Has desks and private offices for rent in Palermo Soho and Hollywood.

Urban Station – Also provides desks and I believe even rent them by the hour. Located in Palermo Soho.

General Expat Resources

The following are some good resources to network or find information related to living as an expat in Buenos Aires.

Internations – They host events every month or so and attract a large expat crowd.

BA Life – Also events every month or so. Gatherings tend to be a bit smaller with more mature attendees mixed between English speaking Argentines and expats.

BA Newcomers – Fairly active Yahoo! Group. Sometimes it gets bogged down in petty political fights or flames but in general it’s a great resource. If you search the archives you can also find a wealth of information.

BAExpats – Online forum dedicated to expats in Buenos Aires.

I intentionally left out blogs on living or relocating to Buenos Aires just because there are so many and this page would quickly become outdated. Please let me know if you know of any good general resources or recurring events that would useful for entrepreneurs in Buenos Aires.

Finally the Next Start-Ups Buenos Aires this Wednesday

This Wednesday from 7:30 pm – 10:30 pm I’ll be hosting the Start-Ups Buenos Aires after office for the first time in over a year. Sorry everybody for taking such a long break so be sure to make it to the event because you never know when I’m going to host the next one. Carnal is also going to provide us with a few liters of beer which I plan to give to the first arrivals for free.

The point of the event is to meet people and make connections. If you’re looking for a job, to hire someone, find a business partner or just make some new friends this is the place to be. As always the event is free and this time there is a happy hour until midnight. Carnal also serves food in case you want to stay around for dinner or order something to snack on.

Here are the details for the event

Wednesday, April 13th, 2011
7:30pm – 10:30pm
Carnal (Palermo)
Niceto Vega 5511 (corner Humboldt)

You can see who is attending and more details on the Facebook event and don’t forget to join our Facebook group to receive announcements on future events.

Hope to see you there!

Start-Ups Buenos Aires After Office this Wednesday

This Wednesday from 7:30 pm – 10:30 pm I’m hosting another Start-Ups Buenos Aires after office. This time I decided to host it at California Burrito Company (CBC) since it is a successful startup meaning it’s not so much of a startup anymore.

CBC opened their first store in 2006 and has grown into a successful business with six stores and a seventh soon to open in Santiago, Chile. Co-owner Jordan Metzner will be joining us and is also offering $10 margaritas and coronas during the after office.

The event is free and open to all that like to network and mingle with interesting people.

Here are the details for the event

Wednesday, February 24, 2010
7:30pm – 10:30pm
California Burrito Company (Palermo)
Godoy Cruz 1781 (corner Honduras)

You can see who is attending and more details on the facebook event and you can become a fan of CBC on their fan page.

Hope to see you there!