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List of notable businesses founded in Buenos Aires, listed alphabetically with corporate logos when available. This list includes some of the largest, most profitable companies that were founded in Buenos Aires. The famous Buenos Aires companies and corporations on this list include both public and private corporations. You can find information about the popular companies on this list, such as what industry they're part of. When available you can click on the successful Buenos Aires company's names to find out even more about them.

List contains items like Alpargatas Argentina and Cerveza Quilmes.

This list answers the questions, "What companies were founded in Buenos Aires?" and "What are the biggest Buenos Aires companies?"

If you're a Buenos Aires native then this list of the biggest Buenos Aires companies will make you proud. This list is also an excellent resource if you're doing research on reputable businesses from Buenos Aires.
Alpargatas Argentina is listed (or ranked) 1 on the list Companies Founded in Buenos Aires
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Alpargatas Argentina is the leading textile manufacturer in Argentina, as well as a major local distributor and exporter. Originally established in Argentina in 1883, since 2008 the company is a subsidiary of Brazilian Alpargatas S.A., part of the industrial conglomerate Camargo Corrêa. ...more on Wikipedia

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Eulama Literary Agency is a literary agency which represents a vast array of authors, script writers, as well as a variety of companies and their products. ...more on Wikipedia

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Hexacta is listed (or ranked) 4 on the list Companies Founded in Buenos Aires
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Hexacta

Hexacta is a technology consulting and software development company, created in 1999 by Juan José Navarro, Alejandro Rodriguez and Mauro Epstein. Hexacta's software factories are located in Argentina, Brazil and Uruguay, employing more than 250 professionals. In Argentina, it has four development centers, the headquarters, located in Buenos Aires, and two others in Paraná, Bahía Blanca and La Plata. ...more on Wikipedia