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Brazil Trade Mission Informational Webinar Aug. 1: Two Weeks Left to Apply for October Trip


By Derek Washam, Manager, Federal & International Programs

On Thursday, August 1, there will be an informational webinar hosted by the U.S. Commercial Service to help you learn more about the robust and diverse Brazilian economy, as well as to answer any questions you may have regarding the upcoming Architecture Services Trade Mission to Rio de Janeiro and Recife, Brazil.

With international sports descending on the country over the next few years, there are numerous well-known projects associated with preparation for the World Cup and Olympics. Brazil’s opportunities, however, are far more diverse than this. The country is becoming increasingly important in global trade increasing the need for transportation infrastructure. A strong middle class is emerging, and it is demanding more livable communities, better educational facilities, and state-of-the-art healthcare facilities.

This webinar will help you understand how you can be a part of one of this dynamic economy, as well as answer any questions if you are unsure if the mission is right for you and your practice. Register here to participate.

Only two weeks remain to apply for the Architecture Services Trade Mission to Brazil. This is a prime opportunity to connect with clients, partners, and other important resources in-country. The mission from October 6-10 will include matchmaking sessions, meetings with government and industry officials, site visits, briefings, and more! Be sure to turn in your application by August 9 so you don’t miss out on what is sure to be an exciting trip to Rio de Janeiro and Recife, Brazil! For more information on the mission, visit our website.


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