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  • 1. Buenos Aires Business City
  • 2. BUENOS AIRES | IN FIGURES
    • Buenos Aires City GGP added up to 73,700 US million dollars, which represents 23% of Argentina’s total GDP.
    • The GDP per capita is 24,300 USD, three times the national average.
    • Productive Sectors : 69% services, 14% manufacturing, 13% sales y 6% construction.
    • 174,000 micro-businesses, 34,000 SMBs and 2,500 big companies.
    • 2009 Annual Growth Rate: 5,7%
    TIME ZONES Miami - 1h Sao Pablo 0 New York - 1h London + 4 Surface: 202 KM2 Population: 3,050,728 inhabitants Density: 15,103 Inhab/Km2
  • 3. LATIN AMERICA | RANKINGS Buenos Aires City is ranked among the best cities in Latin America in terms of socio-economics and cultural indicators Source: Mercer, América Economía, Foreign Policy y GaWc .
    • QUALITY OF LIFE
    • 215 surveyed cities
    • Factors considered: political
    • and social background, economic
    • background, socio-cultural
    • background, health, education,
    • and consumer goods.
    • Buenos Aires City is ranked,
    • together with Montevideo City,
    • on top of the rest Latin American cities.
    • URBAN COMPETITIVENESS
    • 50 surveyed cities
    • Macroeconomic, political and social
    • variables and those related to the city
    • competitiveness itself.
    • Buenos Aires is ranked among the top
    • 5 Latin American cities to do business.
    • GLOBAL CITIES
    • Buenos Aires is ranked on
    • top of Sao Pablo and Bogotá
    • in human capital, culture and
    • political commitment.
    • INTEGRATED CITIES
    • The ranking evaluates the necessary characteristics
    • of a city to participate in a globalized world.
    • Buenos Aires City is ranked among the top cities
    • in terms of utilities, information and communication,
    • economic and cultural international level.
    Alpha - Beta + Alpha Alpha Integrated Cities 25 23 12 Political Commitment 34 27 25 Culture 26 34 16 Human Capital 43 31 33 Global Cities Index 2 9 7 6 1 4 Urban Competitiveness 89 79 116 134 118 81 Quality of Life Santiago Montevideo Lima Bogota Sao Pablo Buenos Aires Ranking Index
  • 4.
    • Privileged access to the MERCOSUR
    • (Southern Common Market)
    • 2. Creative & Tech-Savvy Workforce
    • 3. Power Plant: Education at its best
    • 4. Top-Tier GDP
    • 5. High Quality Living
    • 6. Cosmopolitan Culture
    • 7. International Transportation Hub
    • 8. Advanced Digital Infrastructure
    • 9. Affordable & Cost-effective
    • 10. Localized Government
    BUENOS AIRES | 10 REASONS to INVEST
  • 5. Talent , Innovation and Knowledge-based Industries
    • The domestic market total
    • turnover in 2009 was:
    • $ 14,066 US million dollars.
    • 70 % of the ICT sector in
    • Argentina is highly concentrated
    • in Buenos Aires City.
    • The exports added up to
    • 445 million US dollars in 2009.
    • The annual growth rate is
    • 27,4%.
    • In 2008, the local Government
    • created the Technology District,
    • an urban project meant to host
    • all ICT-related companies,
    • the private and public sector.
    • In 2009 over 101 national film-
    • productions were shot in
    • Argentina, beating other
    • countries of the region, such as
    • Brazil and Mexico.
    • The annual growth rate is
    • 32%.
    • Buenos Aires City concentrates
    • 86% of the total workforce of
    • the country from the media &
    • entertainment industry.
    • Buenos Aires concentrates
    • 75% of Argentina’s audiovisual
    • productions exports.
    • The design industry
    • Contributed 7.4 per cent of Buenos
    • Aires GDP and is responsible for
    • 105,000 employees (8.2 per cent).
    • Buenos Aires, long considered
    • a special case in the Latin American
    • design industry, was appointed
    • the first UNESCO City of Design
    • by the UNESCO Creative Cities
    • Network.
    • One of the most successful
    • initiatives in this area is the
    • Metropolitan Design Centre, a
    • public institution supporting
    • designers and companies to
    • increase their innovation potential
    • and competitiveness through
    • the use of design.
    ICT Audiovisual Design
  • 6.
        • Act 2972 Promotion of the ICT Industry
    • 10/ 15 Years
    • Local Tax exemptions
    • Gross Income Tax
    • ABL (Contributions to Lighting, Sweeping and Cleaning, Lands, Pavements, and sidewalks )
    • Stamp Tax
    • Layout and Construction
    • Beneficiaries
    • Software & Hardware
    • KPO (Knowledge Process Outsourcing)
    • BPO (Business Process Outsourcing)
    Legal Framework
  • 7. Accessibility
  • 8.
    • 67 companies
    • 100,118 m2
    • 8,142 HR
    30 settled companies currently working 37 settled companies under construction
    • Software: 42
    • Hardware: 10
    • BPO: 9
    • Education: 2
    • E-commerce: 2
    • Other: 2
    Current Situation
  • 9. Education Infrastructure and Security Communication
    • Main Objectives:
    • To position the Technology District world-wide as a recognized trademark.
    • To generate cooperation and exchange of opportunities.
    • To promote the settlement and investment of other companies in the District.
    2010 Current Committees Association of ICT companies
  • 10. Next steps
    • Metropolitan Technology Center (CMT)
    CMT Boosting ICT Companies innovation, competitivity and internationalization:
    • Qualified Human Capital
    • Common pool resources
    • Traffic
    Academy Private Sector Public Sector CMT
  • 11.
    • Solutions:
    • Bureaucratic constrains
    • (Link between the companies
    • & the different
    • Government
    • departments).
    • Information:
    • New business opportunities;
    • Available programs &
    • Incentives;
    • General and sector-specific
    • Data & statistics.
    • Counsel and Assessment:
    • Legal requirements, corporate
    • & tax structure;
    • Business set-up,
    • Development and
    • Expansion.
    Set-up Stage Development Stage http://invest.buenosaires.gob.ar Expansion Stage The Investor Assistance Center
  • 12. Ministry of Economic Development Investment Under-secretary Buenos Aires City Government http:/invest.buenosaires.gob.ar