Produced by CCBC’s Commercial Intelligence and Marketing departments, Quick Market Facts quickly and assertively brings together key information from potential markets to expand business between Brazil and Canada. With each issue, the series addresses the essential content of a specific industry.
For one year, the Foreign Trade Commission of the Chamber developed a thorough study of the classification of goods – through Mercosur Common Nomenclature (NCM) and Harmonized System (HS) – to identify opportunities for the development of trade relations between countries. The result is the publication of the books: Brazilian Opportunities for Canadian Exporters and Canadian Opportunities for Brazilian Exporters, which will be launched at the 1st Brazil-Canada Foreign Trade Meeting to be held by CCBC on March 28, 2018.
The Brazil Canada Magazine is the main communication vehicle of the CCBC and one of the most important tools for the promotion and dissemination of business between the two countries. The publication is bimonthly, trilingual (Portuguese, English and French) and has printed and digital versions.
At each edition the Magazine brings quality content, deepening the themes of the bilateral relationship, presenting trends and opportunities for trade, investment, technology and innovation, education, culture and tourism, among others.
The Brazilian and Canadian legal world, with its peculiarities and similarities, is presented in a direct and objective manner by the periodical publication Direito Comparado, an initiative of the Legal Affairs Commission (CAJ) of the CCBC.
At each edition, specialists from Brazilian and Canadian offices explain the main points and the functioning of the laws of their countries on the same subject. The publication is digital and available in Portuguese and English.
Digital transformations irreversibly change people’s relationships with products and services, and require companies to quickly adapt.
Sabará Group’s environmental care is recognized by the UN. The group’s president, Ulisses Matiolli Sabará, is one of four Brazilians named to date by the entity as pioneers in sustainable development goals (SDGs). His recognition as an SDG Pioneer in the program’s first edition in 2016 scores many points when it comes to doing business with Canadian companies. The achievement came as a result of his efforts aligned with United Nations ODS 15 on Life on Land.
In its fifth edition, São Paulo Techweek, Latin America’s biggest innovation and technology week, has already become a great venue for spreading startup culture and revealing new talent to the world. Canada House, for example, is a CCBC initiative that has been part of this special week’s agenda since last year and doubled in size in 2019. There were four days with approximately 20 lectures and seminars at the Chamber that provided tips for companies to become successful and brand internationalization – especially for those wishing to reach Canada.
Foreign investment may end historical deficit and promote economic and social growth.
Carnival, Brazilian Day, fairs, gatherings and special experiences promote the blending of Brazilian and Canadian cultures.
Regulatory startup market grows in the wake of regulatory and compliance requirements, especially in the financial sector.
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