Felipe Montoro Jens Believes In Partnerships

In Brazil, Felipe Montoro Jens is known as an infrastructure expert. His bachelor’s degree is from the Getulio Vargas Foundation. His post-graduation is from the Thunderbird School of Global Management, which is a highly renowned center of education. Felipe Montoro Jens is currently serving as the CEO of Energipar Captacao S.A. before this he was working as the Director in many companies, namely, Braskem S.A, besides Concesionaria Trasvase Olmos S.A., along with Santo Antonio Energia S.A.

 

 

He has been responsible for raising huge investments for several types of sewage networks. This is why he is so excited that the Government of Brazil is getting into a partnership deal. This is with The National Bank For Economic and Social Development. This partnership is for the basic sanitation services. According to Felipe Montoro Jens, the current scenario in Brazil requires this kind of rigor which is quite prominent in any private institution. It will help in improving the financial condition too of any public institution.

 

 

The fact is that private agencies have all the technology along with technical expertise. But another fact is that the government agencies have the experience as they have handled such a large amount of workload. This would allow both the agencies to work in a complementary manner as that helps to enhance efficiency and make it cost effective too.

 

 

Felipe Montoro Jens believes that the type of utility is not the issue here. It is all about alignment between operations of the chosen utility along with the specific needs of a location. Thus the partnership will lead to a customized plan being made for each state to enhance efficiency. Even the costs have to be given their due consideration here. Such a partnership will be welcomed by all as it involves concessions too. This also means clear goals to be set while these contracts are being drafted.

 

 

 

The Best Advice That Igor Cornelsen Can Give

Long before Igor Cornelsen started Bainbridge Investments he was leading the way in various positions as an investment banker in banks in Brazil. He would retire in 2010, but he would remain active in the investment world. He moved to South Florida and he started his own company to show people about investing in a way that they may have never thought of.

 

Igor has brought something to the table called damaged stocks. He believes that there are people that get lost in the shuffle and invest in damaged companies, but he believes that there should be a greater focus on damaged stocks. A lot of people may have never heard either of these phrases come up but Igor is aware that there is a difference.

 

When it comes to damaged companies there really is not a lot that can be done. These companies are going downhill and they are going downhill fast. People that make investments in these companies that are slowly floating away will find themselves losing a lot of money. What Igor would recommend, however, is to not overlook a company that has damaged stocks. This is a company that may have some hard times ahead because there may be decline in a certain product that a company sells. There may be a little bad publicity associated with a certain product or service. Overall, however, these are companies that can regain composure with the help of a CEO or marketing team. These companies may have a down period that will damage the stock at one point in time, but these are companies that can bounce back.

 

This is good information for investors that are trying to diversify their portfolio with new investment opportunities. Lots of investors will have mutual funds, annuities and index funds as a part of their portfolios already. Everyone may not be aware of damaged stocks so it is interesting information to consider. Igor Cornelsen has been in the investment world long enough to know that this is a viable option for anyone that may be trying to get stocks at a cheaper price.

 

Technology is the Future of Entrepreneurs, Flavio Maluf’s take on 2017 Business Prospects

New Year represents a new way of doing things. Entrepreneurs should stay connected through market research and business trends this year. President and CEO of Eucatex, Flavio Maluf, published a list from American Magazine Inc, demonstrating some the best sectors in the market to venture in.

 

Technology

 

Technology is a way of life and a vital business tool. There’s an app for almost everything these days. Flavio advocates for the creation of simple business applications that can make administration more practical in yielding positive results for 2017.

 

Youth

 

The youth need our support. According to Inc. magazine, young people are the new consumers, and cannot be neglected. The Millennial generation needs to be understood as potential customers. Companies should create products best suited for them.

 

Remote Work

 

Working away from the office is the new found joy of techies. We have slowly moved from going to work in jeans to working from home and staying productive. Inc. has listed companies capable of offering training services for employees that work away from their headquarters.

 

 

Online Marketing

 

The demand for online items been increasing and intensifying this niche market over the last twenty years. According to Maluf, recent studies indicate 58% of shoppers find online shopping more convenient as opposed to visiting a physical store.

 

Mr. Flavio Maluf is the CEO of Eucatex S.A. since April 29, 2005. Flavio also serves as the Board of Executive Members Chairman at Eucatex S.A. He also serves as Vice CEO of Eucatex Trading Engenharia and Eucatex Química e Mineral. He previously worked for Sistema S.A. and Citibank New York. Maluf graduated from FAAP – SP with a degree in Mechanic Engineering. He has an MBA specialized in Accounting, Rural Management, and Foreign Exchange Principles from New York University.

 

Eucatex is a Brazilian company that manufactures panels and ceiling tiles using the natural eucalyptus. The company was established in 1951. The first mill- Fiberboard Industrial Unit was launched in 1954 in Salto (SP). Eucatex initially produced flexible boards before manufacturing panels and ceiling tiles. Presently, the company manufactures laminate floors, doors, panels, wall partitions, paints and hardboards in Brazil. It currently exports to thirty-seven countries and has 2,201 workers.