Registration open for Arab companies’ mission to Brazil

The initiative promoted by the Arab Brazilian Chamber of Commerce aims to provide knowledge for entrepreneurs to access the Brazilian market. The mission schedule will start on July 3 and last six days.

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São Paulo – The Arab Brazilian Chamber of Commerce (ABCC) is organizing a mission for businesspeople from all Arab countries. Its activities will start on July 3 and continue until the end of the week. Registration is open to executives intending to participate and can be done directly with the ABCC team through the email member@ccab.org.br.

The mission is open to companies from different sectors. The goal is for Arab companies to get to know the Brazilian market and promote their products. The investment is USD 1,300. The schedule will be in English, and the deadline for registration is June 30.

The program will tackle the Brazilian market with topics such as the regulatory environment, consumption habits, marketing strategies for sales, new technologies employed in the country, and business meetings to promote products, among other content.

The program will also include technical visits to sites where executives can see and closely assess the market, competition, packaging, and labeling of products already sold in Brazil.

The mission includes participation in the Economic Forum Brazil & Arab Countries. The theme of the mission also converges with that of the event, which will take place on July 4 at the Renaissance Hotel, in São Paulo, in a hybrid format. The forum’s theme will be Legacy and Innovation, and the mission’s program will seek to address innovative aspects of the Brazilian market, such as digital platforms, marketing, and networks.

Quick facts:

Economic Forum Brazil & Arab Countries Mission 2022

ABCC international commercial team: member@ccab.org.br

Translated by Elúsio Brasileiro

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