June Business Trade Mission to Brazil’s Top Markets

Chamber of Commerce officially supports the U.S. Mission, and its President Jefferson Michaelis, is invited to lead the American Delegation in Campinas, Brazil
By: Cibele Santiago Newsroom Brazil
 
May 6, 2011 - PRLog -- A three-city trade mission to Brazil is scheduled for June 6-16, offered through GH International Consulting, LLC, Miami, with the support of the Brazil/Tampa Bay Chamber of Commerce (BTCC), the Miami Chapter of OWIT (Organization of Women in International Trade) and other U.S. companies. Destinations include Sao Paulo, Campinas and Curitiba, with a series of strategic business meetings, seminars and high-level networking receptions scheduled at each host city with local business professionals.

Whether launching a new product, expanding a service into the market, or looking to collaborate with Brazilian companies seeking expansion into the U.S., the 10-day event presents a diverse set of educational and business opportunities. Participants can choose to visit one, two or three cities.

Opened to U.S. companies interested in the fast-growing Brazilian scene, participants in the Business Tour to Brazil’s Top Markets have an opportunity to prepare for the trip with individual orientation consultations with GH International founder, Glaucia Hartman, to assess potential market segments, discuss strategies and set goals. Group briefings on conducting business in Brazil and intercultural marketing are also planned.

“Leading law firms along with top government agencies and private-sector business groups will be providing up-to-the-minute information and introductions to participants in every city,” said Ms. Hartman, a veteran international business consultant. “Our focus for this trip is clearly to help American companies succeed in Brazil. Matchmaking opportunities are being set up by several services including AmCham and the U.S. Commercial Service Gold Key program.”

In Campinas (June 8-11), the American delegation will have a unique opportunity to meet face to face with a select group of business people who are attending the chamber of commerce’s International Business Classes, and are eager for new ventures between Brazil and the United States.

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The Brazil-Tampa Bay Chamber of Commerce, BTCC, is a not-for-profit organization. BTCC has emerged as one of the most dynamic bilateral business catalysts in the nation in recent years.
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