Online Master Talk to explore venture capital in Brazil
On June 16, at 7 pm, the Finance and Economics Master’s Program at Fundação Getulio Vargas’ Sao Paulo School of Economics will hold a Master Talk on venture capital in Brazil. This segment has been growing in the country and it is an increasingly popular option for funding innovative and emerging investment projects, in line with the new digital economy and disruptive, exponentially growing innovations.
The speakers will be Gustavo Araújo, the managing partner of Distrito, recently rated the best innovation hub in Brazil; Igor Brito, a partner in Provence Ventures and ex-head of finance at Ambev Tech; and Joelson Sampaio, the coordinator of FGV EESP’s economics course. The moderator will be Márcio Holland, the coordinator of the Finance and Economics Master’s Program at FGV EESP.
This Master Talk is one of a series of debates held every two weeks, involving FGV EESP professors, renowned experts and executives from large companies, with a focus on finance and economics.
The Master’s in Finance and Economics is an integrated graduate program, exclusive to the Sao Paulo School of Economics (FGV EESP) and run at the school’s main site in Sao Paulo. The faculty is highly qualified, with extensive experience in markets and applied studies. The course is aimed at young people seeking professional development and training to work in leadership positions in their organizations. The course also provides the possibility to take part in an exchange program at a partner university.
To take part, please sign up here .