ONLINE FAIRS TO HOLD “DOING BUSINESS IN BRAZIL” EVENT ON DECEMBER 14-15
Companies And Entrepreneurs To Learn More About Doing Business In Latin America’s Fastest Growing Economy
December 8, 2010
New York, NY—Online Fairs, a new Economist Group business, announced today that it will hold its second event, “Doing Business In Brazil,” on December 14 and 15. The event, which is being held in cooperation with the Brazilian American Chamber of Commerce, will connect those interested in doing business in Brazil with the bankers, lawyers, consultants and other key service providers who can help them do so. Participants can register for the two-day online fair at http://www.brazilonlinefair.com.
“Doing Business in Brazil” not only allows participants to speak directly to companies that can help them launch and develop new businesses in Brazil, but also to network with contemporaries facing similar investment challenges. In addition, participants will also be able to attend live seminars focused on the practicalities and opportunities of operating in the country. Seminars will be delivered by both The Economist and the Brazilian-American Chamber of Commerce, Inc.
“As Brazil’s economy grows, companies are becoming more and more interested in expanding their commercial interests there,” said Isaac Showman, Vice-President and Head of Online Fairs. “This event will not only provide them with the knowledge and advice necessary to build their businesses there, but also to avoid some of the challenges and pitfalls others have faced.”
The following sponsors will participate in the event:
- Squire, Sanders & Dempsey LLP
- Dechert LLP
- Banco do Brasil
- Patton Boggs LLP
- Woodbrige Group LLC
- Veirano Advogados
- Tostes & Coimbra Advogados
For more information or to arrange an interview contact:
Communications Manager, The Economist
About Online Fairs:
Online Fairs, a new business within The Economist Group, develops engaging virtual events as a new form of response advertising for marketers seeking quality lead generation. It creates online representations of tradition trade shows, providing all the benefits of a physical tradeshow, but with the added benefit of the scale and accountability of the internet. Events will focus on a variety of subjects including education, investment and recruitment sectors, as well as client-specific topics particularly in the technology industry. In addition to creating engaging and interactive events, Online Fairs offers turnkey event solutions covering all aspects of event production and content – including attendee acquisition.