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EDUARDO CONSTANTINI

(also known as Eduardo F. Costantini) is an argentine millionaire real estate developer, philanthropist and head of the venture capital firm Consultatio, based in Buenos Aires.
Some of his best known real estate projects in Argentina include the development of the Nordelta district[1](Consultatio was a 50 percent investor in the project) and the construction of luxury office towers in Catalinas Plaza. On October 5, 2000, Constantini announced an aggreement between Consultatio, EFiltro[2] and IBM to develop joint projects. As part of the agreement, Consultatio will help realize contracts with investors for projects that EFiltro has evaluated as interesting for development. IBM, will provide the necessary infrastructure.[3] In 2001 he assembled one of the largest, most valuable and most diverse collections of modern and contemporary Latin American art in the world. The vast majority of these works are housed in his personal museum—the Museo de Arte Latinoamericano de Buenos Aires (MALBA)—one of the most significant arts institutions in the Argentine capital.[4] Constantini attended an event that occurred in Mexico City on May 23, 2003 for 30 of Latin America's biggest businessmen hosted by Carlos Slim Helú, Latin America's richest man. The purpose of the gathering, officially dubbed "Latin American Businessmen: An Encounter Between Fathers And Sons," was for these business leaders to get to know each other.[5]

Notes

  1. ^ http://www.nordelta.com/ingles/inicio.htm
  2. ^ EFiltro is an Argentinian company dedicated to evaluating and creating Internet companies in Latin America and the United States. eFiltro has an agreement with McKinsey to use their methodology for analysis that allows them to classify from 0 to 100 the main indicators for a project, for such areas like financial model, competititve advantage, market size and management, as was explained by Omar Arab, president of eFiltro for the Southern Cone (Ibid).
  3. ^ 'EFiltro signs Agreements with Consultatio and IBM'. Buenos Aires Economico, October 5, 2000
  4. ^ Brian Byrnes, The AI Interview: Eduardo Constantini, ARTINFO, September 12, 2006
  5. ^ Kerry A. Dolan, Secret Meeting Of Latin American Billionaires, Forbes.com

 

 
 


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