Google, the company that owns the most powerful search engine on the Internet, opened a new office in Buenos Aires, Argentina, looking to conquer the South American market.
According to Googlified, the search giant wants to use the capital of the country to hire 1000 engineers and 2000 more employees in the next years. Although the company didn't make any official announcement concerning the opening of the new office, Google already placed multiple job openings on its website. Among other common roles, the search giant is looking for an Account Manager, an Administrative Assistant, an Enterprise Sales Manager and a Sales Engineer, all of them for the Buenos Aires office.
Google is continuously opening new offices, most of them with specific goals, trying to cover the entire world with them. Take the example of the latest Poland center, announced last week that is meant to help the company expand its products into this part of Europe. The Buenos Aires office will represent an operation center able to sell the company's services to local companies and clients. However, the Google representatives are looking forward to developing new versions of its products and avoid the Chinese case when fake agents tried to sell Google's products. If you didn't know, the search giant was recently affected by no more than 300 fake agents claiming they were hired by Google and trying to sell the company's services. After they managed to sign the deal, they received the money and refused to provide any of the products.
This time, Google's plans look a little bit more precise, the search giant aiming to create a powerful center in the South America area. Although Argentina is a Spanish speaking country and Google owns several products compatible with this language, the Buenos Aires office will provide even more power to the local clients.