San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Exploring Business with Brazil: Projects and Opportunities
3:30pm Registration Opens
4:00pm Program Begins
6:30pm Program Concludes
Includes light refreshments
Join the Trade Development Alliance and AmCham Brazil to meet with a delegation of Brazilian IT firms, innovation and technology advisors, get first-hand information about how Brazil is fostering its own “innovation economy”, and explore opportunities for partnership and collaboration.
Brazil is an important business partner for Greater Seattle and Washington state, importing over $2.6 billion in merchandise from Washington state in 2013. Brazil also recognizes the importance of entrepreneurialism, as seen with PRIME, a project launched by Brazil’s Financing Agency for Projects & Studies (FINEP) which supports startups.
About the Delegation
The main purpose is to introduce Brazil and its opportunities to American companies interested in foreign trade in order to foster business and strengthen relationship between both countries. It will be also a great moment to meet American executives to know more about the regulation and opportunities in the visited states, as well as its best practices and success cases, aiming to promote and establish business partnerships.
The State of Sao Paulo is Brazil’s largest state with some 40 million inhabitants. The state is a major driver of Brazil’s economy and home to a highly skilled labor force.
Rio Grande do Sul is the southernmost state in Brazil. It is the largest wine producing center in Brazil, known for its vinticulture and industrial output.
When & Where
Trade Development Alliance of Greater Seattle
The mission of the Trade Alliance is to promote the Greater Seattle region in international markets, connect the region—its businesses and organizations--to those markets, bring the region together to be more successful internationally and to educate our region on the importance of international business broadly defined. To this end, the Trade Alliance enhances the identity of Greater Seattle in world markets by convening regional stakeholders, executing outbound missions, hosting inbound delegations, producing marketing publications, organizing educational programming, and other activities.