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by Toby Feldman Congratulations! You did it. You have settled into your new flat, the stress of getting into work on time on the first day is over and you are finally ready to start exploring the hospitality scene of Porto! How exciting? You have been to all the famous spots. Ticked off the list are Casa Guedes and the … Continue reading 9am, 1pm, 7:30pm and 9pm in Porto.
Btw- the featured image is from Gunpowder! The restaurant that this article is about was too good to stop and take photos! And quickly... A DISCLAIMER: This is my attempt at a slightly (ever so slightly) more grown-up blog post. New site, new style! Let me know what you all think, please 😊 Since London emerged from … Continue reading Some Things Cost an Arm and 4 Legs
The Indian community in Mexico is small but has had a disproportionately large and positive impact on the development of Mexico’s economy. A very tightknit community, of roughly 8,000 members, mostly concentrated within the Mexico City area, the Indian community of Mexico have successfully assimilated into Mexican society and have managed to integrate successful business in over … Continue reading Market-Entry Potential for Indian Companies in the Mexican Automotive Sector? 3/4
This article was originally published on Biz Latin Hub. In the last decade, the outlook of Indian-Mexican relations has changed dramatically. The two emerging superpowers have both made openly, friendly diplomatic pledges to boost trade, political and business links for mutual benefit. Steps such as the Agreement on Visa Exemption on Diplomatic & Official Passports … Continue reading Opportunities for Indian Companies in the Mexican Oil and Energy Sector 2/4
This article was originally published on Biz Latin Hub. In the last 3 articles of this exclusive series on business opportunities available for Indian and Mexican entrepreneurs, we have focused on the astounding diplomatic and economic relationship between the Latin and South Asian countries, as well as zeroing in on the details of the ceramic, energy and automotive industries. Each … Continue reading Should Indian Companies Enter the Mexican Software and IT Sector? 4/4
This article was originally published on Biz Latin Hub. The South Asian superpower India and the emerging economy of Mexico may seem worlds apart at first glance, but in reality, they share remarkably positive commercial and political ties, boasting over 10 bilateral agreements. Perhaps as a result of an effort to bridge the gap between … Continue reading What Trade Opportunities Exist for Indian and Mexican Ceramic Companies? 1/4
This article was originally published on Biz Latin Hub. Alexander Mahoney and Toby Feldman from Biz Latin Hub Mexico were welcomed to Mexico Business Publishing’s office to speak with Energy expert Esteban Pagés. Mexico Business Publishing was formed in 2011 to provide impartial, specialist analysis of the key sectors in the Mexican economy. Mexico’s Energy Model is based on … Continue reading Mexico Business Publishing Provide Update on Mexican Energy Sector
This article was originally posted on Bristolatino. First things first, apologies for the delay in providing you with this write up of the dramatic Copa Libertadores Final that took place on Saturday. Fortunately, the Flamengo twitter machine has been, hmm, busy ever since, letting the world know that Flamengo, and indeed, Brazil, are the Champions of Latin America. The iconic … Continue reading Copa Libertadores Final: Return of the Fat Lady.
This article was originally published on Bristolatino. Toby Feldman, Sports Editor for Bristolatino, sits down with dear friend José Luis Rangel to talk about his podcast/cultural revolution, Formula Secreta. A few small tips before you listen:-Find a quiet, comfortable place.-Try to ensure you have good headphones that will block out all the hustle and bustle … Continue reading Formula Secreta: A Meditation through Music and Philosophy