Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Google Announces Big Expansion In Latin America

By Doug Caverly, WebProNews.


More details of Google's plan to hire 6,000 new employees have come to light. It seems the search giant will focus an unusual amount of attention on Central and South America, making a special effort to step up operations in that area.


Bill Faries reported earlier today, "Google Inc., the world's biggest Internet-search company, is opening new offices in Latin America and boosting staffing levels by 50 percent to capitalize on its fastest-growing region."


Faries then added, "Revenue from Latin America surged 80 percent last year, outpacing every other market, Vice President Dennis Woodside said in an interview at the company's Buenos Aires office. Google, which has about 500 people in the region, has opened branches in Santiago, Lima and Bogota to take advantage of the growth, he said."


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