I travel to Chile on business fairly often. I confess it’s one of my favourite Latin American countries (the wine, the salmon, the mountains, the shopping…) and it’s also one of the markets that keeps us busiest here at Sunny Sky Solutions. From cable cleats to pollination bags,

We have recently been approached by UK companies in the dental industry wanting to do business in Latin America, so the purpose of this post is to scope this industry very briefly to get these companies inspired to look at opportunities further within the region. [caption id="attachment_4199"

For quite some time, I referred to him as “duty free John”. That’s because I met Mr Gallagher on Twitter and “the Scot that lives in Argentina and knows a lot about Latin America and is rather keen on Celtic” wouldn’t really cut it. So I was really pleased to finally meet John in

When I heard that the following edition of the China-LAC business forum (LAC stands for “Latin America and the Caribbean”, by the way) was going to take place in beautiful Punta del Este, only a short drive from home, I couldn’t resist it, I had to be there. Apart from an innate curiosity

“Where did you get that nice shirt from?” asked my friend back at home in Uruguay “In Chile” I said “You seem to buy a lot of stuff in Chile”, she replied, remembering the lovely Prune handbag I had purchased there on a previous business trip and the Bobbi Brown goodies… But why

An interview – and real-life examples! We have covered free trade zones in this blog before. This time, we are going straight to the point: we ask Rodolfo Faccini (*) in Uruguay about the real benefits of using these zones and we ask him for real-life examples of how companies from all over

I was delighted to be invited by top Latin American business publication, América Economía, to attend the 7th Multilatinas Conference in Lima earlier this month. There were some brilliant speakers at this conference, which focuses on the most global companies born in Latin America (if you