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Thursday, 19 May 2016 01:12

SPAIN TECH WEEK 2016

STW 2016

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When: Thursday May 2nd, 2013
 
Come to the premiere networking and expo event in partnership with a number of Bay Area international Chambers and business organizations.
This Expo will provide a unique opportunity for participating organizations to 
showcase their products and services to an international audience within the San Francisco Bay Area.
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Friday, 08 March 2013 20:50

Café in Silicon Valley with Pere Gifre

 

Pere Gifre: Sculptor 

Here is our program: Café in Silicon Valley. Stay tuned and check out our upcoming video interviews to spanish relevant companies and their CEOs, sharing their personal stories, reflecting on their business experiencies and providing valuable advice to follow on their footsteps (Note: Video in Spanish).

If you want to be considered for an interview, please contact:

cfernandez [at] californiaspainchamber.org

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Friday, 25 January 2013 19:39

Café in Silicon Valley

 

Manuel Silva: Vice President at BBVA Ventures in San Francisco

Here is our program: Café in Silicon Valley. Stay tuned and check out our upcoming video interviews to spanish relevant companies and their CEOs, sharing their personal stories, reflecting on their business experiencies and providing valuable advice to follow on their footsteps (Note: Video in Spanish).

If you want to be considered for an interview, please contact:

cfernandez [at] californiaspainchamber.org

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Thursday, 08 November 2012 22:49

Café in Silicon Valley with Jil Van Eyle

 

Jil Van Eyle: Founder at Teaming

Here is our program: Café in Silicon Valley. Stay tuned and check out our upcoming video interviews to spanish relevant companies and their CEOs, sharing their personal stories, reflecting on their business experiencies and providing valuable advice to follow on their footsteps (Note: Video in Spanish).

If you want to be considered for an interview, please contact:

cfernandez [at] californiaspainchamber.org

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Raúl Aguilera, Cofundador en Tip Top Tapas

Aquí está nuestro programa: Café en Silicon Valley. Mantente al tanto de las entrevistas en vídeo a las compañías españolas más relevantes y a sus presidentes, que compartiran con nosotros de forma personal sus experiencias de negocio dándonos valiosos consejos para seguir sus pasos (Nota: Vídeo en español).

Si quieres ser considerado para una entrevista, contacta con nosotros:

cfernandez [arroba] californiaspainchamber.org

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Friday, 29 June 2012 17:20

Member Series: Idesli & Intern Abroad

On behalf of the Board of Directors, members and staff of the California-Spain Chamber of Commerce, I take this opportunity to express our sincerest appreciation for your participation in the event: "Member Series: Idesli & Intern Abroad".

If you want to learn more about what our members are doing professionally check these presentations: Intern Abroad and Idesli.
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One of the most noticeable landmarks near the Golden Gate Bridge of San Francisco owes its name to Lieutenant, Juan Manuel de Ayala from the city of Seville. Ayala named Alcatraz, the Island of the Pelicans, because he noticed the rocky islet surrounded by dozens of flying sea birds as he entered the San Francisco Bay in August 1775. 

Today, you can reach the old prison on Alcatraz Island, by taking a ferry from Fisherman´s Wharf, Pier 41. The crossing takes only ten minutes and costs around $20. For an additional $16, you can get a headset with explanations in Spanish of the history of Alcatraz.

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Friday, 01 June 2012 21:16

Do You Know That...?

California boasts an ancient Spanish heritage forgotten, too often, on both sides of the Atlantic.

Two and a half centuries before the U.S. incorporated California into its territory, an Extremaduran, Sebastián Vizcaíno, had already taken possession of these lands on behalf of the Spanish Crown. One hundred sixty-seven years later, Gaspar de Portolà from Lleida, was the first European to see the San Francisco Bay.  Another Spaniard, Seville's Juan Manuel de Ayala, navigated the bay for the first time in 1775 aboard the "San Carlos" and baptized Alcatraz Island. The founding of the city of San Francisco was a quiet event by a Basque descendant, Juan Bautista de Anza, one year later.

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A.Bustillo/M. Mateos

Pasar unos días instalado en un jardín por 22 euros la noche es una de las opciones más ecónomicas para alojarse en la meca de las nuevas tecnologías. Un paraíso inmobiliario en el que alquilar una vivienda de dos dormitorios se dispara hasta los 4.000 dólares.

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