Event brings together officials and business leaders to discuss Brazil’s challenges and prospects

Prominent leaders from the business and public policy worlds will present their visions, examples, criticisms and recommendations regarding the country’s future.
Institutional
06 March 2020
Event brings together officials and business leaders to discuss Brazil’s challenges and prospects

Prominent leaders from the business and public policy worlds will present their visions, examples, criticisms and recommendations regarding the country’s future at the fourth edition of the “Brazil’s Challenges and Prospects” event. Organized by OneMBA, the Global Executive MBA program run by the FGV´s Sao Paulo School of Business Administration (FGV EAESP), the meeting will take place on March 10 in the FGV 9 de Julho Auditorium (Rua Itapeva, 432, Bela Vista, Sao Paulo), at 8:30 am.

The opening remarks will be given by Professor Luiz Brito, the dean of FGV EAESP, and Professor Jorge Carneiro, OneMBA’s academic coordinator. After that, the first panel discussion will take place. Graziela Galli, the vice president for Latin America of Gympass and a member of Jurídico de Saias, a group of women lawyers, will talk about “Professional Communities.” Rafael Chang, the CEO of Toyota Brasil, will discuss “The Business World in Brazil and Worldwide.” A representative of the Infrastructure Ministry will address “The Government’s Role.”

The second panel discussion will feature Kátia Maia, the executive director of Oxfam Brasil, who will talk about organized civil society. Central Bank director João Pinho de Melo will discuss the role of the government (to be confirmed). Marco Antonio Teixeira, an FGV EAESP professor and CBN radio commentator, will talk about the current political situation.

After a Q&A session with the speakers, Professor Jorge Carneiro will talk about the importance of training for global leaders. He will discuss the experience provided by OneMBA, which focuses on global leadership combined with social responsibility, business innovation and sensitivity to different cultures. The course also promotes intensive networking and sharing of experiences between students at the five participating schools, located in Brazil, China, the Netherlands, Mexico and the United States.

For more information about the event, click here.