All Tasks, Latin American market leader in multilingual services, received the “Empresa Destaque de 2009” (Outstanding Company 2009) award from the Academia Brasileira de Arte, Cultura e História (Brazilian Academy of Art, Culture and History) – Abach. The award ceremony took place at the Casa da Fazenda do Morumbi in São Paulo, the Academy’s headquarters, on December 20th.
On the occasion, Thiana Donato, founder and director of the company, also received the colar de mérito feminino (women’s chain of merit) award for her administration. “The award is a recognition of all the efforts of the All Tasks team, and its ongoing dedication to promote the excellence of services to its clients” said Gilberto Rosa Siqueira, director of Public Relations at Abach.
The most recent project of Abach, founded in 1910, was to restore the house that was formerly the headquarters of the estate in Morumbi, for the installation of the headquarters of the Academy, and also to turn the place into a cultural attraction.
Today, the house has Exhibition rooms and a Senzala Cultural space (“senzala” was the name for the old slave quarters). All the environments have been restored, while preserving their original characteristics. The project also includes the creation of a gastronomic space, serving sophisticated dishes of traditional São Paulo and international cuisine.