The Argentinean company Arbusta, which provides youngsters talent from low-income contexts with their first job opportunity in the technology market and turns them into new talents for the IT industry, is setting up an office in Uruguay and intends to employ 30 youngsters in Montevideo, which shall become part of a total of 1000 people in Latin America. In addition, the company is aiming at closing 2019 with a billing of USD 2.5 million. 


The expectation is that Montevideo accompanies the Latin American growth of Arbusta –which intends to reach 1000 people in the continent–, starting with an office involving 30 people led by a Uruguayan manager. Furthermore, this may have a positive impact on billing; “in 2018, we billed USD 1.5 million and we expect to close 2019 with USD 2.5 million”, Arbusta sources said to InfoNegocios.


The company decided to set up an office in Montevideo after validating there was talent to be engaged, companies seeking the services they provide and companies able to hire collaborators trained at Arbusta. They also considered the applicable incentives to install a technology company in the country and that the country’s values coincided with the ones of the company.

Arbusta’s goal is to achieve a virtuous and sustainable model, focused on people, their talent and potential, harmonically willing to fulfill high quality standards in the service provided. “We have to stop talking about programs or initiatives and focus on economic models supported by the effort and ability of the people which conforms them”, they stated.

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