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A gap year in Australia is the biggest draw-card for young Argentinians

A gap year in Australia is the biggest draw-card for young Argentinians
Categories: Blog, Connection

A gap year in Australia is the biggest draw-card for young Argentinians  By Natalia Godoy In 1998, Argentina and Australia collaborated on the Lucas Heights nuclear reactor, located in South Sydney. Since the completion of this project the relationship between both countries has maintained its strength, says the general consul of Argentina in Sydney Emiliano Waiselfisz. “To put it simply, the only operating nuclear reactor in Austr…

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Emilio Cano and Giselle Barrero: partners in life and business

Emilio Cano and Giselle Barrero: partners in life and business
Categories: Blog, Growth and Opportunity, Repositioning and Awareness

by Carla Damasceno Ferreira This Mexican couple have reinvented themselves since arriving in Australia. Bringing the flavours, colours and the best of the exquisite Mexican cuisine to Australian tables, they are the creators of Ranchero Salsa – a chilli sauce brand.   The idea began in 2012 with just $300 in hand. Fast forward to today, and these entrepreneurs are meeting increasing demand for their home-made sauce recipes. Bott…

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Aussie brew in Peru

Aussie brew in Peru
Categories: Profile Piece, Repositioning and Awareness

Zac Lanham, originally from Australia, is the owner of Zenith brewery which is located a short ride from Cusco’s historic center. Zac’s background is in IT and he has held roles in Peru’s tourism industry. Somewhere along the line, he ended up running a brewery in Cusco with his Peruvian wife/business partner Milka Sotomayor. Read more about their amazing story in this great article by Tony Dunnell.    …

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Remembering Gabriel Salas

Remembering Gabriel Salas
Categories: Profile Piece, Repositioning and Awareness

Known as a legend by the NSW town of Ballina, he took on an adventure not for the faint-hearted . Gabriel Salas, a Chilean navigator (who used sextant and charts – no GPS!), was part of the Las Balsas expedition which consisted of three rafts that traveled from Ecuador to Australia in 1973, taking 178 days to land in the northern New South Wales town of Ballina. It was the first recorded multiple-raft crossing of the Pacific Ocean, and remai…

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Daniela Penno and her talent for telling stories

Daniela Penno and her talent for telling stories
Categories: Profile Piece, Repositioning and Awareness

by Carla Damasceno Ferreira Daniela’s passion for writing and communications was the foundation for building her dream public relations agency in Australia. Through the strategic promotion of food and wine brands, tourism and textiles  in Australia, Daniela is fast becoming known for her work with Latin America. Her success is a result of sheer determination and love of her craft. An Argentinian journalist of Italian descent, Dani…

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