Business Advisory Board meeting at ENACTUS FACAMP
ENACTUS is a worldwide organization, a community of people who understand the transformative power of entrepreneurship in spirit and practice. We believe that the creativity and rigor and accountability that ensure businesses will flourish are just as essential to creating the circumstance for humankind to thrive.
Caio Navarro, President of ENACTUS at FACAMP University in Campinas together with members of the student directory updating the Business Advisory Board on the ENACTUS activities:
New student members, 43 selected from over 80 applicants
Foreign exchange student participation from Colombia and Germany
Planning for 2014
Stuart Morgan has travelled to many countries and recently came to Sao Paulo.
How a Brit sees Sao Paulo, Brazil!
He took a weekend break to check out the city and here he shows how a Brit sees Sao Paulo, Brazil and shows there is more than business in the city. Stuart will talk about his visit on the Talk 2 Brazil interview Monday April, 28 2014.
Where the city of Sao Paulo was founded.
Stuart Morgan is a management consultant and management trainer with substantial professional experience worldwide. He has substantial experience of Strategic management, Institutional capacity building, and human talent development.
With extensive experience of working as a senior advisor, he has worked in sixty-four countries worldwide, including Egypt, Libya, Ukraine, Russia, Albania, Serbia, Croatia, Bulgaria, Estonia, Lithuania, Timor Leste, Brazil, and Sri Lanka. A native of the United Kingdom, he has a basic knowledge of the Russian, French and Arab languages.
Stuart will talk about corporate training and his visit to Brazil on the Talk 2 Brazil interview Monday April, 28 2014.
Stuart Morgan in action....
How a Brit sees Sao Paulo!
Stuart Morgan has travelled to many countries and recently came to Sao Paulo.
He took a weekend break to check out the city and here he shows how a Brit sees Sao Paulo and shows there is more than business in the city. Stuart will talk about his visit on the Talk 2 Brazil interview Monday April, 28 2014.
Brazil Business Tourism: Inside Brazil by Eliana Souza: A country with the largest territorial extension in South America, with a large, welcoming and friendly population, enormous natural resou...
Tom Dowd upcoming interview will be on Talk 2 Brazil May 19, 2014
Svenja Kalteich, Ambassador InterNations Expat Community Campinas.
Listen to the Talk 2 Brazil interview by Tom Reaoch with Svenja Kalteich on LA Talk Radio April 21, 2014 : PLAY or DOWNLOAD.
Svenja Kalteich, is an Ambassador and founding member of the InterNations Expat Community in Campinas, SP Brazil.
We are going to talk about the growth of the InterNations community in Campinas and the recent second year anniversary celebration with members from 21 nationalities including Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Colombia, Denmark, Ecuador, France, Germany, Great Britain, Ireland, Italy, Morocco, Netherlands, Romania, Russia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, USA, and Venezuela.
Svenja is a Life Coach, Business and Executive Coach, the Director of The Brazilian School of Wines, Whiskies and Beer and also a Ceramic Design Expert.
She graduated from Ludwig-Maximilians Universität München .
Svenja is German, travelled much of the world and now resides as has her businesses inVinhedo, SP Brazil.
Svenja loves strawberries by the way!
Luis Rasquilha, CEO AYR Worldwide
Luis Rasquilha Now leads the Trends & Innovation Global Consultancy Company –AYR Worldwide – as CEO. AYR is the 1st and unique global consultancy company, who uses Trends knowledge to boost Strategic Innovation, with offices in Lisbon, Madrid, São Paulo and Miami and presence in more than 30 countries, with local partners, all aligned by GTO - Global Trends Observatory, a global Coolhunt network, created by AYR with more than 20 companies and universities.
Also AYR created TRC (Trends Research Center), an academic unit to investigate and validate Trends, and launched AYR Insights (www.ayr-insights.com ), an online knowledge platform to support companies, professionals and students with ready-to-use information.
Luis Rasquilha is founder and head of the Future Advisory Board | ACIC INOVA AYR | RMC Campinas a discussion group with 15 CEO's from RMC (Região Metropolitana de Campinas) focused in Future, Trends and Business.
Luis Rasquilha is a Graduate in Creativity (Executive Course), Entrepreneurship & Management Innovation (Master), Management (Master Degree & MBA), Marketing (Post-graduation) and Communication (Graduation), specialized in Trends & Innovation, Strategy, Marketing, Communication & Management.
You can follow Luis Rasquilha on Twitter.
Azul Airlines has always promoted breast cancer awareness.
By painting planes pink they have made the campaign a daily not yearly event.
Friday I was at the Viracopos Airport in Campinas on my way to Rio de Janeiro where I presented Module III Marketing and Sales for Consultants of the IBCO Course for Consultants.
As a male breast cancer survivor it was great to see both ” Pink” versions together, Embraer and ATR getting ready to travel again from the Azul Viracopos hub. You can see, I like PINK.
The view of the planes reminded me how fortunate I am to have discovered breast cancer at an early stage.
Ben Tavener, British Multimedia Journalist in Brazil.
Ben Tavener , British freelance multimedia journalist in Brazil. Ben is a producer and photographer based in São Paulo, reporting for radio, TV and news agencies and regulary posts on http://bentavener.com/ and Twitter.
He covers news from around Brazil and South America, focusing on politics, business and the environment and is a freelance correspondent for Anadolu Agency and the BBC covering Brazil and South America.
Ben recently spent three months in the north of Mato Grosso state working as part of a team guiding ecotourists at the Cristalino Jungle Lodge and Cristalino Private Nature Reserve, part of the southern extreme of the Brazilian Amazon rainforest.
Ben was senior correspondent at The Rio Times between 2011-2013 reporting on the biggest political and economic stories of the region.
He also reported for a wide variety of other international multimedia news outlets, including BBC Radio 5 Live, CTV News, Ebru News, Busan FM, TV Rain and The Voice of Russia.
He writes mainly on politics, business and travel in Brazil and Latin America. Ben speaks English, Russian, Portuguese, Spanish and French.
Gisela Lokpez and Donna J. Kelley, Babson College
Listen to the Talk 2 Brazil interview by Tom Reaoch with Gisela Lokpez and Donna Kelley Monday March 31, 2014
Gisela Lokpez is Director Business Development at Babson Executive Education, a strategist and entrepreneur, she is founder of Techinvest International, a boutique-consulting firm focused originally on the Latin American energy, financial & techno-industrial sectors since the early 90’s growing later internationally, in the It and Wealth Management areas.
Donna J. Kelley, Associate Professor of Entrepreneurship at Babson College, and holds the Frederic C. Hamilton Chair of Free Enterprise. She teaches courses at Babson in entrepreneurship, corporate entrepreneurship and entrepreneurship in Asia. She has made speeches for executives and taught at top universities in China and Korea, and worked in Indonesia as a Fulbright Specialist.
Gisela Lokpez began her career at Petroleos de Venezuela in the finance area, where she managed the company Trust, Pension, and Savings funds, budgeting and later as one of the key team members instrumental in the design and implementation of the internationalization and privatization of the Venezuelan National Petroleum, Petrochemical and Gas Industry.
For nine years Ms. Lokpez served as Corporate Vice-president and Head of Trust Division of Banco Provincial’s (Credit Lyonnais-later BBVA/), and later Vice-president of Union Bank in Venezuela. She has served as National Coordinator for the Venezuelan Public Financial Sector. A Financial advisor, consultant and a negotiator for international corporations as well as for governments in the areas of Strategic Alliances, Planning, Energy, Finance in the US
First woman elected member of the National Economic Council, Gisela has been Vice-President, Treasurer and Director of the National Council of chambers of commerce “Consecomercio”, Director and Treasurer of Petroleum National Chamber, in Venezuela, and International participant of the Energy Council the US
A believer of the social responsibility between the private and public sectors and has participated in numerous social projects; member of Soroptimist International, served as Director and Treasurer for the Girl Scouts, Boy Scout Associations and the Boy Scout’s Foundation. Gisela is member and mentor of the International Solidarity for Human Rights (USA), volunteer of the Florida Junior Achievements program (USA).
Gisela is an Economist, holds an MBA from Babson College in Finance and Entrepreneurship; she is also an International Negotiator from Harvard University. Speak English, Spanish and some Portuguese.
Donna J. Kelley has conducted research on innovation in startups and established corporations in the U.S. and Korea, and on entrepreneurship education in China. Her research has been published in the Journal of Business Venturing, Entrepreneurship: Theory & Practice, Journal of Product Innovation Management, IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, Human Resource Management, and others.
Prof. Kelley is a board member of the Global Entrepreneurship Research Association (GERA), the oversight board of the GEM project and leader of the GEM U.S. team. She co-authored ten GEM reports: the 2008 GEM Korea Report, the 2008 GEM Education and Training Report, the 2010, 2011, 2012 GEM Global Executive Reports, the 2010 and 2012 GEM Global Women’s Reports, the 2012 Sub-Saharan Africa report and the 2011 and 2012 GEM U.S. Reports.
Donna received her Ph.D. in Management from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. Her early career involved work as a chemist in the graphics and industrial and consumer cleaning products industries. Her entrepreneurship experience includes businesses in the health/fitness, computer hardware and education fields.
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