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América Latina despierta interés para las empresas de staffing globales

The Executive Forum North America proved that Latin America is the next emerging market i the industry.

On March 18th, during the Executive Forum North America organized by Staffing Industry Analysts, the conference Trends and Opportunities in Latin American Staffing Markets was developed.

Phil Grabfield, VP Head of Marketing of Staffing Industry Analysts introduced a panel with Latin American speakers both in English and Spanish for the first time in the Forum’s history.

Facing a public composed by CEOs, investors and executives of American companies, Martín Padulla, MD of staffingamericalatina, regional business partner of Staffing Industry Analysts, made a presentation about the main trends and opportunities there are in Latin America for the global market of contingency work.

Right after the presentation, he moderated a debate among prestigious executives from different countries. Edmundo Escobar, President of Rolling Personnel, México, talked about the opportunities that American companies shall have if the expand towards the Mexican market. Andrés Cardemil, CEO of Human Net, a strong company in Chile, taking its first steps into Colombia, explained how these two markets are very receptive and highlighted the business opportunities the industry has.   Damian Wachowicz, Director of Bayton, a company with operations in Argentina and Uruguay, emphasized the interesting perspectives there are for the Argentinian market in 2016 and the importance of the Uruguayan market as a shared business centre. Finally, Eugenio Micheletti, Director of Emerging Staffing Brokers, BP of staffingamericalatina, expressed his vision about the M&A market for staffing and outsourcing companies in the region, the opportunities there are and the strategic importance of having presence in Latin America.

This was the conference with the largest amount of web followers and had a positive impact on the executives who attended.

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