Experienced partners and advisors with more than 40 years of combined experience of doing business in Brazil
Multilingual management team, partners and advisors from Europe, the US and Brazil
Broad contact network in Brazil, Europe and US
Full-service concept with cost-effective solutions – we can help you every step of the way
Based in Campinas close to São Paulo, one of the most dynamic and business-friendly regions of Brazil
Brazil Pathways enjoys excellent relationships with the local business community and we are involved in several foreign chambers of commerce in Brazil
Brazil Pathways is based in the city of Campinas, strategically located less than 100 km from São Paulo. The Campinas area is one of the most dynamic and business-friendly regions of Brazil. Campinas enjoys some of the best infrastructure in Brazil and in the most recent Urban Quality of Life study conducted by the National Institute for Science and Technology, the Campinas Metropolitan area was singled out as the best in Brazil. Campinas is close to the port of the Santos, the largest in the country and the city is also home to Brazil’s main cargo airport, Viracopos – the largest cargo airport in Latin America. In 2013, the airport was elected the best in Brazil in a passenger survey.
Campinas is an important science and technology centre and is home to UNICAMP, one of the country’s leading universities with the largest number of patents in its name in Brazil in a wide variety of fields of knowledge. The city is a leader in cutting edge technology and conducts research and development in information technology solutions for agriculture. It is home to one of Brazil’s leading agronomic institutes – the Agronomic Institute of Campinas. Leading international companies based in the Campinas region include IBM, Dell, Toyota, Honda, Samsung, Bosch, Kraft, Rhodia, John Deere, 3M, BASF, Tetra Pak and Kerry Group.
To find out more, please see Campinas, the surprising city –
Campinas is the gateway to the interior cities of Brazil an area with enormous potential for organic growth. A recent study by Boston Consulting Group identified the Brazilian interior as “Brazil’s next consumer frontier” and that the interior cities will be “the prime drivers of growth” until at least 2020.