Photo taken in Rio de Janeiro: Rio is a major center for the manufacturing and energy sector, and a historic hub for state owned enterprises, the service sector and tourism.
Photo taken of the Rio Parana: Situated at the junction of Brazil, Paraguay and Argentina, the Rio Parana feeds the Itaipu power station, which supplies 25% of Brazils energy.
Photo taken in Minas Gerais: Minas Gerais is the centre for over 29% of Brazil’s mineral extraction industry, also a strong hub for agriculture, including coffee, soy, corn and cattle.
Brazil provides rich opportunities for companies from a wide array of sectors. However, developing such opportunities requires a strong understanding of the social, political, legal and economic factors that shape the Brazilian … Read more
For a foreign company, entering the Brazilian market is typically a multi-staged process. The final stage of that process - the creation of an operationally effective subsidiary - represents both a significant investment of time … Read more
Brazil’s size and cultural uniqueness pose a challenge for businesses looking to forge local relationships. Heathfield’s extensive and trusted networks in Brazil can help you generate and strengthen such relationships, and turn … Read more