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Representative Office in Brazil: A solution to your business expansion

Having a representative office in Brazil is a solution for international businessmen looking forward to doing business abroad. Unlike a limited liability entity, it allows you to avoid spending on capital since there is no investment capital requirement. Hiring a local sales Representative in Brazil also helps you to avoid wasting your time since it allows you to experiment in the market until you decide to establish a company. 


Privi Organics USA Corporation

Privi Organics is an Indian multinational company, leading the country in the manufacturing, supplying and exportation of aroma chemicals. The solution that Establish Brazil found was to have a commercial subsidiary and a warehouse for the company. The subsidiary would import the products directly and it would be stored in the warehouse.


Docplanner Subholdings BV

Docplanner is the world’s biggest healthcare platform, with local offices in six countries. Docplanner found that a big percentage of their Brazilian clients were not able to pay them for the services, therefore EB incorporates a subsidiary in Brazil to them so they are able to collect payments from their Brazilian clients.


Steelbro Brasil LTDA

Steelbro Container Handling Solution is a large scale Australian, container handling company. They noticed a high demand for their products in the Brazilian market due to the lack of rail networks in Brazil. To improve the timing and deliver quickly to their clients, the solution was to open a local entity and to have a local office in Santos.


Amigo Tours Turismo LTDA

Establish Brazil introduced a solution of having a presence in major cities and by them having a full presence, they were able to control and provide high-quality service to their client at a reduced cost. Amigo Tours currently has full operations in Brazil’s major tourist city, Rio de Janeiro, and provides high-quality services on the ground. The process was carried out with minimum bureaucracy, so they could focus on their business.


Experts: Chinese Investment Flowing into Brazil ‘Like a Tsunami’

WASHINGTON, DC – China’s investment in Brazil, the largest country in Latin America, has been growing by the year, largely under the radar of the United States, according to two experts.

Chinese foreign direct investment in Brazil grew 37 percent between 2010 and 2016, said Andre Soares, counselor at Inter-American Development Bank, at a discussion at the George Washington University’s Elliot School on Monday.