Brazil and the United Kingdom to talk business

| November 17, 2014

Caribbean news. SAO PAULO, Brazil – Aberje – Associacao Brasileira de Comunicacao Empresarial (‘Brazilian Association for Business Communication’) is organizing an event in London to discuss the challenges and opportunities for business between Brazil and the United Kingdom. The city of London will host the 3rd Brazilian Corporate Communications Day, Brazil’s principal international initiative in the field of Corporate Communication. Executives of Embraer and Microsoft will present global cases and strategies on reputation and image.

Ricardo Camargo Mendes of Prospectiva Consultoria will address the importance of governmental relations and business actions between countries. Economist and sociologist Gilson Schwartz will give a lecture on inflation, development and memories of the future.

Gilson Schwartz Photo courtesy development.thinkaboutit.eu

Gilson Schwartz Photo courtesy development.thinkaboutit.eu

The event will be held on November 21 at the CIPR Public Relations Centre. The purpose of the initiative, which has already been to the United States, England, Germany, Argentina, Colombia, Peru, Portugal, Chile and Italy, is to stimulate the exchange of experiences and successful practices of Brazilian companies with other countries. Article courtesy http://www.eturbonews.com

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