DISCOVER BRAZIL MAGAZINE
In three years, the magazine has grown from a print only magazine into a print and web based magazine. We have embraced the social media such as facebook, twitter and linkedin. These three exposures have given Discover Brazil a solid base in which to compete in today's magazine industry.
We have worked to develop our relationship with our readers, and value highly all the comments and encouragement we receive from them.
Currently, through our print and on-line channels, we are able to develop our sponsorship and advertising, giving our clients...
SAO PAULO, July 4, 2012 /CNW/ - The Brazilian government has no plans to intervene directly in the mining sector via a state company or to nationalize mineral deposits that might be deemed strategic to national interest, a senior government official in an exclusive interview published Wednesday by Brasil Mineral, the country's leading trade magazine for the sector.
"We want to make it very clear that the Brazilian Geological Survey (CPRM) will not begin to prospect for or mine minerals as if it were a state-owned company," said Claudio Scliar, geology, mining and mineral processing secretary...
George Brown College holds a fundraise dinner with a Brazilian theme
Save the date: Wednesday, July 25, 2012
From innovative meals prepared by rising stars to inspiring dinners with world-renowned master chefs, The Chef's House never stop bringing the best the culinary world has to offer to Toronto's food-lovers.
This July, Brazil comes to you...
Join Chef Walner Sovi and Chef John Higgins and the students of the Centre for Hospitality & Culinary Arts at George Brown College as they celebrate Brazilian and Canadian cuisines,authentic cooking methods, and our chefs’ talents!
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May 23, 2012 |
Who is Brazil's Most Creative Person in Business?
Many will argue that professional football has become big business and therefore Neymar, young footballer from Santos FC called the New Pelé by the NYT, should be the right answer. Others will claim it must be Brazil’s most famous entrepreneur Eike Batista, the seventh richest man on earth. However, the right answer is much more exotic than a footballer or an entrepreneur. According to Fast Company Magazine, Brazil’s most creative person in business is a tribal chief who has partnered with Google to save his tribe from the brink of extinction...
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May 7, 2012 |
Brazil Is More Than Oil & Minerals
It’s got offshore oil wealth like no other. It’s a massive mining super power, led by Vale. So, is Brazil more than oil and Minerals? Cysco Systems said yes, with a R$1 billion ($555 million) check to go along with it.
Cisco’s local president, Rodrigo Abreu, said during the Cisco Plus convention in Rio that the company would be investing a billion reals over the next four years in Brazil. According to Abreu, Brazil is the company’s fastest growing market.
The investment will go towards creating a research and development center in Rio,...
Programs of skilled immigration in Canada and Australia are getting Brazilians interested in a better life
Unlike what happens in most of the developed world, shaken by the financial crisis, some countries want to attract immigrants, with the requirement that they are qualified professionals with a technical level or higher. Due to the shortage of labor, low birth rate and aging population, these places fail to fill a large number of jobs, which could hamper the economy and compromising the country's growth. So many nations have established new legislation or the old relaxed in order to collaborate...
Brazil becomes the sixth largest economy in the world, overtaking the United Kingdom according to the British and Research Center for Economics and Business (CEBR).
The CEBR's chief executive, Douglas McWilliams, said in an interview with BBC that this change of positions between Brazil and Great Britain is part of a worldwide trend.
"I think this is part of the big economic change, where not only are we seeing a shift from West to East, but we're also seeing that countries that produce vital commodities - food and energy, for example - are...
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December 23, 2011 |
Discover Brazil's team, clients, partners and friends:
Together we motivated Canadians to discover Brazil.
Let’s do it again in 2012.
Leila Monteiro Lins
LML Communications & Marketing is the supporting force that lies
behind Discover Brazil magazine.
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December 2, 2011 |
Brazil’s official tourist board (Embratur) elected a list of 17 countries that will be prioritized in dissemination and promotion of international tourism in Brazil. Canada was considered to be very representative for the Brazilian tourism.
Data from the World Travel Monitor, 2009, show that 25 million Canadians traveled outside the country, a significant number that demonstrates the potential of this market. The spending of tourists is also indicative of a highlight. The Canadian spent in a long duration trip to Brazil, about 1,540 euros.