Navigation Bar Telecommuting, Telework and Alternative Officing
Worldwide Resources
What's New
Global Resources
How-To Resources
Online Resources
Products & Services
Thesis Corner

south america map
Note: Map not drawn to scale.

This section lists additional telecommuting and telework-related resources by region and country. The following countries are found on this page: Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Costa Rica, Uruguay.

Mexico, Central America,
South America

Middle East
Asia/Pacific Rim
United States

If you know of additional activity in a particular region or country, please e-mail us so we can add it to this section.

How To Use This Map

We have listed the resources for this continent below. If we have specific resources listed for the individual countries shown on the map, you can find those listings by simply moving your cursor over the map. When you see your cursor change to a pointing finger, that indicates we have individual listings - and you can just click on that country to go to that listing. Otherwise, the information available below applies to the continent in general.

The Argentine Association of Teleworkers offers information about telework in Argentina.

The "Center of Telework and E-Learning of the University of Buenos Aires" maintains a site with information about telework and related topics in Argentina.

Dr. Mariano Munoz is based in Argentina and is working throughout South America and the MERCOSUR countries on issues such as telework, employment, technology development, and more.

Alvaro Mello's telework page contains information about telework-related activities in Brazil.

SOBRATT (the Brazilian Society for Telework and Teleactivities) will be acting as an information clearinghouse and resource for telework and related activity in Brazil. Contact its president Alvaro Mello for information.

Teleoffice is a consulting and training company in Brazil dedicated to telecommuting implementation.

LatinConsulting S.A., based in Chile, consults in teleworking and other telecommunications-related fields in Latin America. The site is in Spanish and English.

Santiago, Chile - Jerome Smith has emerged as a telework advocate in this Latin American city, which he describes as "one of the world's most polluted."

Costa Rica is embarking on a national program to make itself a "techno-friendly location".

Eduardo Peirano reports that he will be writing about telework and telecommuting in the Uruguayan context.

The Uruguayan Telework Association is an information source and networking organization for telework matters in Uruguay.
Entire contents of this website Copyright © 2007 Gil Gordon Associates