Part of setting up a physical presence in Brazil includes planning the budget for furnishing and equipping a workspace to accommodate your employees.
The crowdfunding market effectively started in Brazil in 2011, with the creation of the website Catarse, which was the first Brazilian company of this type.
Brazil is a country with high potential to produce wind energy, ranked the 10th largest in the world, according to the Global Wind Energy Council. Here we will outline how to obtain the license to deploy and operate a wind farm in Brazil.
STAY CONNECT WITH US
Real estate is one of the more complicated investments you can do in Brazil. In this article we will be looking at how to perform a real estate transaction and how to find high-value real estate prospects.
The Brazilian Boards of Trade provide a variety of services to commercial entities that operate in Brazil, however most of the services are not free. In this article you will find out about the fees charged by these government bodies.
According to the latest research made by the Brazilian Supermarket Association (Abras), the supermarket sector revenue was BRL 258.7 billion in 2014. About 65% of the total amount went to the ten largest supermarket chains in Brazil. This article will give an overview of the top players in this segment.
While attention has mainly been focused on the oil reserves available along the Brazilian coast, many seem to have overlooked the great potential that wind energy has in Brazil.
Brazilians are the largest consumers of cleaning products in Latin America spending an average of BRL 271,68 per year. According to Sebrae, an institution supporting the development of small and micro companies, Brazil has the fourth largest market in the word for cleaning products after the United States, China and Japan.
Rural insurance is one of the instruments of an agricultural policy which is intended to reduce the inherent risks in rural activities. In this article you will learn about the different types of government programs to ensure rural activities in Brazil.
Brazil is among the four largest producers and consumers of chocolate in the world, producing about 800 thousand tons of chocolate per year. In this article you will find more information about this market.