Arbusta was born in 2013 as an idea to create a model that generates job opportunities in the world of technology for talent not looked at by the market. From the vision of the founders (Njambre), those who came from entrepreneurship and social impact, were seeing how models could be articulated and tested with more risky initiatives. So it was that throughout these years, several working hypotheses have been tested, looking for the solidity and sustainability of a model that allows more people to be part of Arbusta. It is now then that Arbusta achieves a production model of digital services made by people previously invisible to the labor market.
There are almost 30 million in Latin America and in Argentina the number reaches one million, of young people who are not studying in a stable way or working formally, at the same time there are no organizations that offer them job opportunities where they can unfold their full potential in the knowledge and technology industry.
Arbusta identifies and selects young people between 18 and 25 years old with no previous experience and from working class neighborhoods in Argentina and Colombia, which the market does not consider today, it offers them a first job opportunity in the technological market and turns them into new talents for the IT industry, an industry that today does not have the human resources it needs. We understood when creating Arbusta that there is high potential in the popular neighborhoods of Latin America and a great market of opportunities in the technological world but that one of the other are invisible and therefore disconnected.