Buenos Aires, Argentina - February 11th, 2008 – Last Friday, the US Ambassador in Argentina, Earl Anthony Wayne, visited Globant´s innovative Tech Park. The Ambassador met with the four founders of the company (Martín Migoya, Martín Umaran, Guibert Englebienne and Néstor Nocetti) and talked about Globant, its growth, expansion and exports to the US.

“Globant is an example of the good results that may come up from alliances between Argentinean entrepreneurs and investors from both countries. The Argentinean creativity and innovation with partners from the US are creating a new leader in the IT outsourcing industry”, pointed out the Ambassador.

In a relax work environment and a colorful and creative space, Globant offers to its 700 employees unique career opportunities in Argentina. “We are very grateful for the Ambassador´s visit. This shows that our actions are being recognized by the international community. We are proud of creating a global company and fulfilling our expansion objectives”, said Martín Migoya, Globant´s CEO. 

“I´m impressed by the Argentineans´ talent and creativity in the IT industry. This talent, among other factors, is attracting investments from companies like Intel, Motorola, EDS and IBM, among others, who find an attractive option to the great software development centers in the world, such as India”, highlighted the Ambassador.

About Globant
Globant is the Latin American leader in software product development and maintenance outsourcing. With a rational blended approach of leveraging Open-Source and proprietary software, Globant gives companies agility and flexibility while mitigating risk and reducing total cost of ownership. Globant’s proprietary SmartStaffing Technology™ yields high performance teams that enable companies to quickly develop their software products faster and gain an edge in the competitive landscape with the lowest total cost of ownership. Globant is a privately held, privately funded company headquartered in Buenos Aires, Argentina with offices in Tandil and La Plata in Argentina, Palo Alto, Phoenix and Boston in the United States, Mexico City and London.