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The South American Business Forum (SABF) is an event that takes place annually in Buenos Aires for 3 days in the month of August. Each year the forum receives 100 outstanding university students from around the world, together with 40 leaders of business, political and academic areas.
The event will explore topics of global relevance and particularly applicable to the reality of South America. We expect that, through dialogue and the interaction between the current leaders and the future leaders, a contribution to the development of the region can be made.
Instituto Tecnológico de Buenos Aires (ITBA), Buenos Aires, Argentina.
August 6th, 7th and 8th, 2010.
Boosting our Actions in the New Decade
Workshops and trainings. Networking with the best talents and executives from the main companies. The opportunity to experience a unique and enriching cultural exchange with students from all around the world. Development of international links. Posibility of letting others know what you think, inmersed in a respectful, interesting and rich atmosphere.
Deadline: May 9th, 2010.
In order to finish your application process, you must complete every step at the online application form, and upload your essay about the main topic (Boosting Our Actions for the New Decade). You will be able to modify your form until the closure of the application period. (This last point includes the essay). The essay has to be betwen 1200 and 1600 words long and may be sent as .odt, .doc, .pdf or .rtf.
Winning essays from past editions: http://www.sabf.org.ar/forum/essays-from-past-editions
Every contestant will be informed in the first days of June 2010 about the decision of the Jury.
The SABF 2010 postulant must belong to one of these categories:
• University students in their first course of studies, born from January 1st, 1980 and afterwards.
• Students who graduated from their 1st course of studies in 2009 or 2010, born from January 1st, 1980 and afterwards.