Brazilian companies will attend business mission in the USA


Brazilian companies will attend business mission in the United States, promoted by the government of Connecticut and Paseli

An important center of technology and innovation, the state of Connecticut, in the United States, will be the destination of Brazilian executives who are preparing to take part in a business mission at the end of July (27-30). The initiative aims to strengthen trade ties and open doors in the North American market, the world’s largest in the target segments of the mission: aerospace, medical devices and information technology.

The delegation will visit companies, incubators, meet with local entrepreneurs and will undergo training on immigration, taxes, regulation, in order to understand how to start a business in the United States and have access to resources and financial incentives offered by the State of Connecticut. Interested in joining the party can sign up for free until 7/15 by sending an e-mail to

Solid economy, clear rules, aggressive financial incentives, skilled labor and prime location are some of the attractions that have caused Brazilian companies to choose to settle in Connecticut. The support provided to executives by the government, both in the US and in Brazil through local representation provided by Paseli, has been seen an important factor for companies when choosing the site of the future branch.

Last May, Jason Giulietti, vice president of Business Recruitment Connecticut Economic Resource Center (CERC), an entity linked to the state of Connecticut, was in Brazil promoting Connecticut as a destination for international investment. On the occasion, the executive met with executives from the Brazilian Aerospace Cluster and the Technology Park of São José dos Campos. As a result, at least four aerospace companies will attend the event, including a representative from Technological Park of São José dos Campos. Companies from information technology and medical device industries are also confirmed, including representatives from ABIMO, Brazil’s top association of medical device companies.

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  • With Paseli, we created in Latin America a pipeline of USD 6 million with 150 qualified leads, with no we need to invest in establishing an office, hiring and training local staff," Mauricio Costa, commercial director of OpenLink in Brazil, global developer of software solutions.

    Maurício Costa

    Commercial director OpenLink in Brazil, global developer of software solutions

  • I am very impressed with the capacity and speed that the consultancy understood our business needs and offered a service proposal in line with our budget.

    Jean Pierre Filion

    Vice president of Global Business XMedius, a leading global provider of enterprise-grade solutions for Secure Document Exchange

  • Paseli volunteered and changed the scope of work and the products that we needed, keeping the quality. All we have received so far exceeded our expectations.

    Nena Lentini

    Director of the CDC Brazil programs CDC Brazil, operating agency of the Department of Health and Human Services of the United States

  • The agenda set up for this visit was impressive. The consultants know the next steps, know what should be taken care of in Brazil and also in Connecticut.

    Jason Giulietti

    Vice president of Business Recruitment Connecticut Economic Resource Center (CERC), the agency that promotes economic development in Connecticut

  • Our intention was to test the market of software factories in São Paulo to learn about companies' needs, so we could concrete our expansion plan. We also wanted to try the model of outsourcing the sales force, thus we chose Paseli to be our sales representative in the region.

    Reno de Brito Pereira

    Director Polisys Computer, recognized software manufacturer in the Midwest

  • My expectation was fully met! The idea was to know the types of support that we would have during the phase of internationalization and business development in Connecticut - and this was very well done during this week of matchmaking organized by Paseli.

    Luiz Tanaka

    Commercial Director Saipher - Air Traffic Control and Management Systems

  • The support given to us by Paseli was very important and the allocated staff was very responsive during all processes.

    José Lima

    Director Sales & Operations Thomson Reuters, multinational with 60,000 employees in more than 100 countries


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