INTERVIEW WITH RICARDO FIOT, THE FOUNDER OF TROPICAL BRAZIL

By Liz Lacerda, Foreign Correspondent   Why/When did you decide to start Tropical Brazil? I had the idea of bringing açaí to Australia in 2003 as I was looking to unite the best of both countries. At that time though, I was here as a student, consequently resources and opportunities were limited. On top of […]

COVID-19 MEMORY AND EXPERTISE: A DIPLOMATIC PERSPECTIVE

By Sergio Moreira Lima, Brazilian Ambassador in Canberra, Australia   In isolation to prevent the dissemination of covid-19, one realises every single day that we live at a time of challenge.   It is up to us to make it also a time of hope and opportunity. Expertise and historical memory are important elements to […]

Brazil and the Corona Virus

Message from Ambassador Sérgio Eduardo Moreira Lima, Canberra. On March 11, the Director of the World Health Organisation declared COVID-19 a pandemic. This means that the spread of the new disease affects not only a wide geographic area but also a high proportion of the world population. It represents a most serious challenge for countries […]

FROM SLUM TO MULTI-MILLION DOLLAR BUSINESS IN AUSTRALIA

An Interview with Mauro Pereira Carlos, the Founder of Fast Facilities By Liz Lacerda, Foreign Correspondent When did you start your business in Australia and how was it to grow? I started my own business in 2014, while I was studying. I saw an opportunity to make more money to pay for university and I […]

Brazilian Professionals – A new way of doing business in Australia

Brazilians in Australia – international students, entrepreneurs and highly qualified immigrants: doors are open for doing business in Australia. The number of Brazilians in Australia has been increasing considerably in the last 5 to 10 years. It is estimated that there are approximately 80,000 Brazilians in Australia on student, tourist, work, parent, partner visas plus […]

WORD FROM OUR VICE-PRESIDENT FLAVIA C. RIBEIRO DE SOUZA

ABOUT CARNAVAL IN BRAZIL

Embrapa expects that partnership with CSIRO will benefit Brazilian agribusiness with new technological solutions

 President Celso Moretti talked exclusively with the Australian Brazil Business Council By Liz Lacerda, Foreign Correspondent     1.    What are Brazil’s biggest challenges that could benefit from this partnership with Australia’s CSIRO? At this stage, one of our top priorities determined by the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Food Supply is the development of the […]