The delegation is open to businesspeople from different sectors for participation in a six-day networking and business opportunity
The Arab Brazilian Chamber of Commerce is organising the Mission to Brazil – Economic Forum 2022, which will host a delegation of executives from Arab countries to participate in a six-day networking and business tour to Sao Paolo, starting from July 3, 2022. This will also include participation in the Economic Forum Brazil and Arab Countries, which will be held on July 4, 2022.
The key goal of the Mission to Brazil – Economic Forum 2022 is to highlight the importance of cultural, social and trade relations between Brazil and Arab countries. The delegation will identify new technologies and best practices, while networking with public and private stakeholders in the Brazilian market. Executives will have the opportunity to connect with potential buyers, importers and distributors for their sector. They will also examine the feasibility of different Arab products in Brazil and learn the process and regulations needed to be fulfilled to enter the Brazilian market.
Meetings on topics such as Consumption trends and International Market, Doing Business in Brazil, Business Environment and Taxation, among others, will be held to educate executives on the Brazilian market and its regulatory matter, including a guided technical visit to the Port of Santos to gain insight on the Brazilian port infrastructure and its significance in the market.
Osmar Chohfi, President of Arab Brazilian Chamber of Commerce said: “The recent pandemic has put forward a need for innovation to modernise economies. The Ellos Platform implemented by ABCC takes all Brazil-Arab trade transactions to a digital platform using blockchain technology. The fourth edition of Economic Forum Brazil and Arab Countries not only addresses the importance of innovation, but it also will mark the celebration of the 70th anniversary of ABCC. The key goals of the Mission to Brazil – Economic Forum 2022 is to raise awareness among authorities in Brazil and Arab countries on the relevance of trade between these two regions.”
The executive’s agenda will be also including a participation in the fourth Economic Forum Brazil and Arab Countries Legacy and Innovation organised by the Arab Brazilian Chamber of Commerce on July 4. This forum brings together Arab and Brazilian delegates and serves as a platform to promote Arab companies to the Brazilian business community. Held at the Renaissance Hotel in Sao Paulo, this forum will present innovative attributes of the Brazilian markets, including digital platforms, marketing and networks. Along with the mission of connecting the 22 countries through this forum, the Arab Brazilian Chamber of Commerce will also celebrate its 70-year anniversary along with the event.