The learning and networking continued in Buenos Aires as 425 EO members from 20+ countries engaged one another during innovative learn-arounds that emphasized family values and development; how to create hunger in emerging markets; and the founding principles behind “The Money Code.” In alignment with the EO Buenos Aires University learning program was a special spousal program that offered invaluable insights and best practices. Rounding out the festivities was a once-in-a-lifetime experience at a local estancia, where countless members in polo fashion watched a rousing polo match; heard from David Wagner, founder of Juut Salonspa and innovator behind the Daymaker movement; and dined on Argentine beef as guachos and folk dancers presented a local and historic flair. All in all, it was an inspiring and educational evening that highlighted the influence of entrepreneurship and the power of peer-to-peer engagement in business and beyond. Only in EO!
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