Welcome to our newest members of the Brazilian-American Chamber of Commerce of Florida (BACCF). You have joined in an unprecedented moment in history. The safety and future wellbeing of our members and partners motivates us every day. The BACCF remains dedicated to our mission of enhancing business opportunities, trade and investment between Brazil and South Florida.
The challenges from the global pandemic have only ignited our creativity and led us to find new ways of growing this organization and the power of its influence. One such avenue has been webinars with their ability to bring together large groups of our people in a safe manner without losing the impact of the subject matter. Over 500 people registered for our last two webinars. Don’t miss out – visit our calendar of events.
Registration is open for the Leadership Series. This online production will shine a light on business leaders from various industries that will enlighten us with their unique perspectives for the months ahead. The first installment of four kicks off this Thursday, July 23rd and will feature Robert Ivanschitz from Microsoft, Ana Dutra from Banco Itau and Marilyn Blanco-Reyes from FedEx, the series sponsor.
Join the Banking & Finance Committee on July 30th to participate in an interactive webinar featuring Paulo Hartung, Head of IBÁ – Indústria Brasileira de Árvores.
Our successful “Open Mic” event will also continue exclusively for our members with the third edition on August 6th. If you have heard stories from these memorable events but have not been able to attend yet this is your chance to see what the BACCF is all about.
We are delighted to have completed eight Road Shows in Brasil reaching over 1200 participants. If you are thinking of opening a business in the US you do not want to miss the 16th edition of the BACCF Seminar: “Como Ingressar e Investir nos Estados Unidos”.
And be sure to Save the Date for the BACCF Virtual Independence Gala. Next week we will be sharing all the exciting details of this innovative event which promises to be an unforgettable experience.
I look forward to connecting with you soon to share more of the thrilling initiatives we have planned. In the meantime, find out how to participate and stay up to date on important BACCF programs through our social media channels or by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Take care and stay safe,
Brazilian-American Chamber of Commerce of Florida (BACCF)
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The impeccable work of the artist Ari Acioli is being presented this July at the Paaembu Showroom & World Art Show in São Paulo - SP, Brazil.
The artist with an academic background in Architecture and Urbanism from the Federal University of Alagoas, in 1985, from 2000 to 2020, develops studies and practices in visual arts at the Atelier Livre Xico Stockinger (Porto Alegre - RS), at the atelier-escola of the artist Carlos Olivares (Florianópolis - SC), at the Museum of Modern Art of São Paulo (MAM), and at the Barcelona Academy of Arts, in Spain. It's unmissable
Throughout the history of the audiovisual industry, women for a long time were not part of the functions behind the cameras, reflecting a macho society that has been questioned and rebuilt.
Currently, women have been gaining positions but their participation is still negligible given the number of productions in the country. To give you an idea, in Brazil, according to the last survey done by Ancine in 2016, women directed only 19% of Brazilian films released in the year and no black woman signed the direction of a feature film. In script, women represent 15% and the highest percentage of female participation is in executive production with 39%, while in the direction of photography only 5% of the market.
The Brazilian Audiovisual Women Show aims to give light to professionals in the sector, recognize their talents and expand the debate on the importance of an equal space in the market.
Graffiti Murals by Kobra in New York City OUTDOOR GUIDE
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It’s practically unanimous the feeling and respect people have for Eduardo Kobra. His murals bring so much creativity and life, so I decided to compile and share with you all 19 murals painted by Kobra in New York City for you to visit them yourself!
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