Grammont WorldWide LLC - Host Of The Brazil Business Mission

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4 Reasons to Expand Your Business to BrazilWhy should you do business in Brazil? I can give you 200 million reasons. Tha...
09/07/2016

4 Reasons to Expand Your Business to Brazil

Why should you do business in Brazil? I can give you 200 million reasons. That’s the number of consumers your small business can reach in this South American country — more than five times as many as live in the state of California. But sheer scale and size aren’t the only reasons to consider this cross-border opportunity. Here are four more:

1. Exponential growth. Like China, Brazil has traditionally relied on its domestic economy, but that’s all changing fast. Currently the eighth-largest economy in the world, Brazil is expected to grow to be the fifth-largest in just a few decades. Even during the worst of the global meltdown in the past two years, Brazil’s domestic performance and output was still very solid. This goes to show that the country has plenty of room to expand its export market. Brazil’s leaders see what’s happening in China and in India to some degree, and they fully intend to stay on the cutting edge of international growth.

2. Emerging market opportunities. Right now, most of the products Brazil exports are raw materials. So the time is right for business owners to enter the country with an entrepreneurial spirit. In early May, Brazil and the U.S. announced an innovation-focused agenda that will deepen commercial relations on five core themes, including: innovation and green technology; trade facilitation and business development; intellectual property cooperation; standards and metrology; and services and small- and medium-size enterprises. If you’re in the business of developing new products and innovations that other countries have taken for granted, Brazil could be fertile ground for you.

3. Slow-but-steady improvements. Most of the opportunity is currently in the southeast, from Rio de Janeiro to Porto Alegre. But as the different local governments start to offer tax incentives and develop infrastructure, many other parts of the country will open up. Businesses need to have a solid footprint in Brazil and go through some of the challenges that companies have already gone through in China. Whether it’s the traffic and security problems, the varied tax laws, or the housing infrastructure, you must be prepared to face these challenges with a South American mindset — where time is a more fluid concept than in the U.S.

4. Collaboration potential. Entering a new foreign market can be intimidating, but you don’t have to do it alone. Many stakeholders want and need you to succeed. To navigate the cultural and logistical issues effectively, you’ll want to work with a local organization in Brazil. The U.S. Commercial Service provides market intelligence, trade counseling and “business matchmaking” to help U.S. companies get started in exporting or increasing sales to new global markets. And the FedEx country profiles provide everything you need to know about import and export restrictions, clearance information, and more.

I made the move to Brazil not because of the size of business now, but because of the future outlook. Expanding your business to any developing economic power comes with some challenges. But for those who do their research, take advantage of available resources and remain persistent, the payoff can be tremendous in the long run.

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Business EtiquetteDoing Business in BrazilBrazilians are very communicative people, therefore you will probably be invit...
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Business Etiquette

Doing Business in Brazil

Brazilians are very communicative people, therefore you will probably be invited quite often to business dinners as they prefer face-to-face meetings than written communication. Also they like to know the person with whom they are doing business with and this can be achieved much better during an informal dinner or a drink.

Business etiquette-Business Relationships

In Brazilian business culture, personal relationships are one of the most important elements. They are the key to success. It is the individual person with whom Brazilians do business and not the company. Usually business will not take place until a relationship with the business counterpart is established. Try not to be impatient as this might take a while. Also while still negotiating do not exchange the negotiating team as this might interrupt the whole business process and you risk having to start all over again.

When working with Brazilians you will notice that there is a high tendency of mixing professional and social relationships. Your colleagues will appreciate you more for your friendliness than for your professionality. Yet the borderline between too friendly and too professional is quite fragile and you will have to learn to deal with it.

Before the business meeting....

Before meeting up for a business dinner or a general business meeting, it is highly recommended to learn some Portuguese phrases. Even if you cannot communicate in this language properly, your effort will be highly appreciated.

Although Brazilians often schedule or cancel a meeting on short notice, business appointments have to be set up 2-3 weeks in advance.

Dress etiquette

Men should wear dark colored business suits. Light colors are acceptable for summer (note that summer months in Brazil are from December to February). Three-piece suits usually carry an executive connotation whereas two-piece suits refer to office workers. It is very important for women to dress conservatively, in a suit or an elegant, feminine dress for instance. Opt for very natural makeup and make sure to have well-manicured nails as this is an important detail.

Business dinners in Brazil
It is acceptable in Brazil to arrive a few minutes late to the meeting. However, this usually does not apply to some regions, such as São Paulo or Brasilia. To be on the safe side always arrive on time, at least until you become more familiar with Brazilian business culture.

During introductions, men shake hands with each other, often for a long time, while maintaining steady eye contact. If there is a woman present, she has to reach out her hand first if she wishes to shake hands with a man. If the group is relatively small make sure to shake hands with everyone present.

Business dinners are often very informal and start with casual chatting. A very good conversation topic is soccer or family and children. Try to avoid topics such as politics, religion or current Brazilian issues. Never start business discussions before your Brazilian colleagues raise the subject!

Do not feel offended if you are interrupted as this is very common and acceptable in Brazil and indicates interest and enthusiasm. Also body contact, such as touching arms or backs is very common so do not step back or try to free your arm.

Further things to avoid
Brazilians tend to speak at a much closer distance to the communicating counterpart so do not move back if the distance is closer than what you are used to from your home country.

Brazilian business meetings often run very late so do not schedule two meetings one behind the other at it is seen as impolite to leave a meeting before anybody else does.

Do not, under any circumstances, criticize and embarrass a colleague in front of a group!

Business cards

Business cards are usually exchanged during introductions and handed to everyone present. Therefore bring plenty of cards with you. The cards should be printed in English on one side, with the name you prefer underlined, and Portuguese on the opposite side. When presenting your business card make sure the Portuguese side is facing the recipient.

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Brazil, a country of infinite beauty, spectacular landscapes and cultural diversity is a world of untapped business potential! In fact, Brazil is one of the most attractive countries to foreign investments in real estate oil, commodities and financial enterprises. Build valuable global business partnerships and take your business to the next level in 2014 and beyond! For more information, email [email protected] and check out this video: http://youtu.be/c6V_CywMU-o #grammontworld #businessmissiontrip #brazil

Experience Rio de Janeiro, Brazil during the 2014 World Cup Semi & Final! GRAMMONT WORLDWIDE, LLC invites you to place y...
12/09/2013
Grammont WorldWide, LLC Provides Advisory Consulting Services to Foreign Investors. – Overview

Experience Rio de Janeiro, Brazil during the 2014 World Cup Semi & Final! GRAMMONT WORLDWIDE, LLC invites you to place your 2014 World Cup dreams into the hands of our experts. Be one of the elite few businesses to attend the 2014 World Cup in beautiful Rio de Janeiro, July 4-July 14, 2014 during our Business Mission Trip. To learn more, email [email protected] or visit: http://bit.ly/IX738c #Brazil #businessmissiontrip #grammontworld

GRAMMONT WORLDWIDE, LLCinvites you to place your 2014 World Cup dreams in the hands of our experts. Enjoy one of the world’s most exciting events in one of the world’s most exciting location. Be one of the elite few who will attend the 2014 World Cup in beautiful Rio de Janeiro, July 4th to July 14t...

I want to thank God for the talents he gave to Dr. Daniel (Gen. Medicine, Brasil), Dr. Larissa (Pediatrician, Brasil) & ...
11/10/2013

I want to thank God for the talents he gave to Dr. Daniel (Gen. Medicine, Brasil), Dr. Larissa (Pediatrician, Brasil) & Dr. Rosangela (Dentist, Brasil) and the volunteers to deal with all the illness and pain that were treated during our two week visit.

The doctors saw an average of 125 sick children and adults. Medicine was donated for the mission trip, but not enough to handle the needs of the community. With donations and the doctors pooling together, they were able to purchase the extra medicine and supplies to tend to the sick.

Between the doctors and the volunteers they were able to give shots, rub cream, pull teeth, and just give basic care to the hundreds that walked hours to visit the free clinic. There was also a class on water treatment.

The last two days of the mission the doctors and volunteers went to the homes of those that were not able to walk to the clinic.

Thank you for your hard work and commitment.

I want to thank God for the talents he gave to Dr. Daniel (Gen. Medicine, Brasil), Dr. Larissa (Pediatrician, Brasil) & Dr. Rosangela (Dentist, Brasil) and the volunteers to deal with all the illness and pain that were treated during our two week visit.

The doctors saw an average of 125 sick children and adults. Medicine was donated for the mission trip, but not enough to handle the needs of the community. With donations and the doctors pooling together, they were able to purchase the extra medicine and supplies to tend to the sick.

Between the doctors and the volunteers they were able to give shots, rub cream, pull teeth, and just give basic care to the hundreds that walked hours to visit the free clinic. There was also a class on water treatment.

The last two days of the mission the doctors and volunteers went to the homes of those that were not able to walk to the clinic.

Thank you for your hard work and commitment.

The completion of building #1. The team was able to bring water to the building, provide wiring for power, complete both...
11/10/2013

The completion of building #1. The team was able to bring water to the building, provide wiring for power, complete both restrooms and paint the interior of the building.

On our next trip in six months, the goal is to provide furnishing, power (thru the use of solar energy) and complete kitchen.

The goal is to raise $70,000.00 USD in six months to complete the project.

The completion of building #1. The team was able to bring water to the building, provide wiring for power, complete both restrooms and paint the interior of the building.

On our next trip in six months, the goal is to provide furnishing, power (thru the use of solar energy) and complete kitchen.

The goal is to raise $70,000.00 USD in six months to complete the project.

Haitian Mission Trip Feb. 2013
11/10/2013

Haitian Mission Trip Feb. 2013

Plans are underway for the third phase of the “TOUR of HOPE” mission trip to Les Cayes, Haiti scheduled for October 20 –...
08/27/2013

Plans are underway for the third phase of the “TOUR of HOPE” mission trip to Les Cayes, Haiti scheduled for October 20 – November 3, 2013, which will bring together volunteer medical experts, educators, and construction specialists from Brasil, Haiti, and the U.S. respectively.

We invite you to be one of our valued supporters for the “TOUR of HOPE” campaign. Your support provides the means to continue our charitable giving to disadvantage and alienated youth and a community deserving of socio-economic independence. To date, more than $26,000 has been raised for the Les Cayes community to learn how to build education facilities and local staff training so that they can lead in their own community. In addition, “TOUR of HOPE” has provided clothing and medical supplies at this past two trips June of 2012 and February 2013 mission trip. The third phase of “TOUR of HOPE” is to put supplies, clothes, and medical supplies into the recently built Community Center.
Should you have any questions, please feel free to contact Lynne Goines (U.S. representative) [email protected] | 1+202-670-2315 or Pastor Gilberto (Brasil representative) at +55 61 32720847.

We have been working hard to provide opportunities, education and medical attention for the children of Les Cayes, Haiti...
08/26/2013

We have been working hard to provide opportunities, education and medical attention for the children of Les Cayes, Haiti. We are returning for our third “Tour of Hope” October 20th to November 3rd, 2013.

We need volunteers, supplies and money. Our goal is to raise 50,000.00 by October 20th. We are almost there. If you are not able to attend, please share with a friend, a co-work, a stranger.

I thank you in advance for all your help and support.

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Congratulations to Pesciolino of Italy and IEG of Haiti on closing on the project,  The Village on the Beach in Boca Chi...
11/16/2012

Congratulations to Pesciolino of Italy and IEG of Haiti on closing on the project, The Village on the Beach in Boca Chica, Dominican Republic.

Brazil Property International,LLC & Spazio Construções JV Meeting
10/23/2012

Brazil Property International,LLC & Spazio Construções JV Meeting

Congratulations Brazil Property International, LLC (US Based Company) and Spazio Construções e Incorporações Ltda (Brazi...
10/23/2012

Congratulations Brazil Property International, LLC (US Based Company) and Spazio Construções e Incorporações Ltda (Brazil Based Company) on another American & Brazilian Joint Venture hosted by Grammont Worldwide, LLC Brazil Business Mission.

10/23/2012

To say that Brazil is a ‘land of plenty’ is a cliché. Indeed, Latin America’s biggest and most populous country has abundant natural resources, a rich variety of flora and fauna, the largest tract of tropical rainforest on earth, vast stretches of golden beaches, a seemingly endless supply of supermodels, an enormous pool of top soccer talent, and, of course, a popular culture that reflects an extraordinary amount of verve.

Brazil Property International LLC, Spazio Construções e Incorporações Ltda & Brazilian Government Minha Casa Minha Vida ...
10/23/2012

Brazil Property International LLC, Spazio Construções e Incorporações Ltda & Brazilian Government Minha Casa Minha Vida agreement meeting.

09/27/2012

ZURICH (AP) -- FIFA has selected kick-off times for 2014 World Cup group games, with several matches scheduled in early afternoon in tropical climates.
FIFA says the northeast coastal cities of Natal, Recife and Salvador each have two of their four group-stage matches starting at 1 p.m. local time.
Manaus, in the western Amazon rainforest, hosts two matches at 3 p.m., plus the 9 p.m. match on the opening Saturday, June 14.
FIFA says it took into account rest periods for players, local temperatures, global broadcast schedules and fans' travel plans.
FIFA's executive committee scheduled the 32-team finals tournament draw for Dec. 6, 2013, at the Costa do Sauipe in Bahia.
The 2014 World Cup will be held June 12-July 13.

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