The use of the plant for therapeutic purposes increases in many parts of the world and brings benefits for patients using traditional medicines. By Sérgio Siscaro.read more
Chamber launches new projects in print and digital media, expands channels of interaction with its public and promotes the exchange of ideas and news between Brazil and Canada.
by Estela Cangerana
Future Education, Brazil’s first accelerator dedicated to entrepreneurism in the area of education, offers a Learning Camp to train educational product managers.read more
A GC5 and Green Soul Foods are to officially launch Brazilian Juçaí in the Canadian market during the CCBC trade mission to SIAL 2020, North America’s largest trade fair in the agrofood and beverages sector, to be held in Toronto (Ontario) in April.read more
Canadian legaltech Lex Start is launching its “lexstart.ca” platform in Brazil, offering technology for the automation of documents, allied to validation by lawyers, for business people from Canada and other countries interested in doing business in Canada.read more
Saiba mais sobre o que aconteceu na CCBC em fevereiro.read more
Digital transformations irreversibly change people’s relationships with products and services, and require companies to quickly adapt.read more
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.read more
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.read more
Distributed by e-mail in Portuguese and English versions, CCBC News presents each month the main activities of CCBC, events, news of associates and news of relations between the two countries. The publication also has an area dedicated specifically to the world of arbitration and mediation, with CAM-CCBC initiatives.