We want to fordward this open invitation to celebrate Colombia`s gastronomic diversity this Saturday 22nd November at the South Bank OXO2 Tower Wharf, London SE1 9PH, a food festival with a unique Colombian flavour.
Join the celebration from 12:00 - 7:00pm.
The London Latin American Film Festival returns from the 14th to 23rd November. As always, a unique and electric selection of feature films, documentaries and shorts, in the sumptuos confort of the Bolivar Hall and the University College London/Institute of the Americas.
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Latin American House is recruiting for a new General Operations Manager
If you would like to work helping the community this could be for you
Applications close on 24th November 2014.
The Latin American House (LAH) offers a space and support for Latin Americans, Spanish and Portuguese speakers and other communities in London. The Association, which has been in existence for over 30 years, runs a community centre with a range of services such as a Spanish-English Education Programme including the Menchú Nursery, a Saturday School and a fully equipped IT learning centre. It offers Legal and Social Advice Services as well as a cultural programme which publishes the magazine ‘Ventana Latina’. At the Centre, office space is let and a hall is hired with a Brazilian Café on its ground floor complementing what is a vibrant multicultural setting.
To apply or for more details click here
Don't miss this and every Sunday throughout November a selection of some of the most reasently aclaimed Colombian films, documentaries and shortfilms.
Nov 9: Looking For (Andrea Said)
Nov 16: Shortfilm programme (different directors)
Nov. 23: Parador Húngaro (Aseneth Suárez Ruíz – Patrick Alexander)
Nov. 30: Field of amapolas (Juan Carlos Melo)
WHERE: The Garrison Public House, 99 - 101 Bermondsey Street, London SE1 3XB
Check out more here.
on Tuesday 18th November from 11:00 - 12:00
This free Online Seminar is part of the many workshops and events organised by The British Library Business & IP Centre London as part of The Global Entrepreneurship week.
Lean Start-Up helps entrepreneurs reduce the cost of developing new products and services by ensuring that they do not waste time and money designing features that customers do not want.
It emphasises the importance of getting customer feedback from the earliest stage of the development process. Many believe that application of Lean Start-Up principles gives entrepreneurs a better chance of success without needing large amounts of outside funding and the need to develop elaborate business plans.
This webinar provides the ideal introduction to Lean Start-Up philosophy and practices.
It will be of interest to anyone considering launching or developing a product or services, business support providers, or anyone interested in this increasingly popular business model.
Presenter: Nigel Spencer
Book event here