Tag Archives: Brazil

Business is Personal in Brazil

“This Time, It’s Personal” reads a recent article in the Economist on the current state of Brazilian politics. Having just returned from a successful trade mission with 12 Virginia-based companies to Sao Paulo and Rio, spanning the range of Virginia wine, advanced manufacturing, and defense and security companies, ending with a Virginia presence at LAAD… Read more

Registration Now Live for Trade Missions Through June 2015

Registration is now open for VEDP’s Trade Missions and Trade Shows through June 2015! Many of this year’s Trade Missions and Trade Shows sold out well before the registration deadline. Be sure to register early to reserve your spot! Canada (East) & DEFSEC Atlantic 2014, September 2 – 5, 2014 Africa Aerospace & Defense 2014… Read more

Brazil: The Glass Half Full

Luiza Trajano is a respected and admired businesswoman in the country. Days ago, accused on television of being too optimistic in relation to Brazil, she gave a lesson in common sense. We, Brazilians, she said, have the habit of always looking at the empty part of the glass and never the full one. There is… Read more

“Green” Trends Worldwide Lead to Export Opportunities

As the global trend of “going green” continues to grow, Virginia exporters can reap the benefits.  Across the world, private firms and governments at every level are looking to import innovative and energy-efficient solutions that fix growing infrastructure problems and address concerns about the environment. Brazil, a BRICS country that possesses one of the fastest-growing… Read more