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PEO: A solution for hiring without having an incorporated Legal Entity in Brazil.

If you decided to expand your business to Brazil you already know that expanding globally is not a simple task, and besides the fact Brazil overhauled the UK to be the world’s sixth largest economy and, in the next decade, is envisioned to rise to fifth, It's still one of the most bureaucratic countries in the world.


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A comparison of average salaries between Brazil and India

Brazil and India are two of the main emerging countries in the world, also they are part of a economic group called BRICS. Studies show that until 2050, these two countries will be in the top 5 biggest economies of the world. While benchmarking the average salaries in India and Brazil, it is noticeable that there is a great difference between the amount of remuneration in any kind of job position. Check Below some comparisons between the 10 main jobs in Brazil and India.


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How to make a good cv in the most easiest way

Like in many other countries, a CV - curriculum vitae - is a summary of a person’s professional and academic activities, usually more detailed than a resume. This tool is used by employers and employees to better filter job and business opportunities. In Brazil, a CV is a must for those applying for a job, in order to quickly explain a person’s background and present the aspects that make the applier the best for the position.


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What's the Real Cost of an Employee?

To hire an employee in Brazil, it’s important to consider that there are some costs involved, such as paid vacations, governmental fees and some other. Most of them, are not amounts that the employee will receive directly every month, but it’s responsibility of the company to save the specific amount or pay it to the government on behalf of the employee.


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Educational sector: An amazing opportunity to invest your money

A university education is increasingly becoming more of a reality for millions of Brazilians due to a growing economy and increased spending power. The number of students enrolled in Brazilian universities is expected to reach 10 million by next year, according to a market report from the US government and, unsurprisingly, there is a growing trend of Brazilians seeking their education overseas.  Understanding this market is crucial for those working with international student recruitment.


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Biocon Brazil

Biocon India is an Indian biopharmaceutical company based in Bangalore, India. Establish Brazil assisted Biocon with all compliance related issue, from middle and back-office support with the local legal entity - including accounting, finance and payroll management.