Export Green Trade Mission: Green Building & Brazil

Sunday, August 28, 2011 - 5:00pm
Wednesday, September 28, 2011 - 5:00pm

Mission Accomplished! 

The Export Green Trade Mission: Green Builing & Brazil  was a great success! 

"You gave us a dramatic leap forward, which would have been nearly impossible for us to achieve working alone as a small business with very finite resources, especially the resource of time and connections." - Billy Hall, P.E., Chief Executive Officer, NewFields Companies.





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Export Green Trade Mission: Green Building & Brazil

August 28 - September 02, 2011
São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro, Brazil



Assistant Secretary Nicole Lamb-Hale 


The Brazil-U.S. Business Council, in cooperation with the National Chamber Foundation, TradeRoots, the International Trade Administration, and the U.S. Green Building Council is pleased to invite U.S. companies to participate in this conference. For greenbuilding and energy companies, this will be a great event for companies to explore opportunities in Brazil. 

The Export Green Trade Mission will be an excellent opportunity to network with leading industry professionals and learn more about doing business in Brazil.  This mission, held in conjunction with the Green Building Conference, brings together entrepreneurs, executives and professionals in the sector to discuss issues of strategic interest to the market and enhance the benefits and concepts of sustainable design, energy and construction.

Why did companies join the trade mission?

1. Networking opportunities: meet companies in your industry; establish potential partners; learn more about doing business in Brazil, explore how to enter in the Brazilian market and sell your product;
2.Government Procurement: opportunities to meet with the government officials responsible for infrastructure and projects related to the World Cup and the Olympics;
3. Brazilian Partners: meet with the 5 largest Brazilian companies likely to be responsible for the upcoming major projects. Find out how to sell your products or services to these companies as a subcontractor.            

To apply: Email statement of interest to Luciana Rocha-Goldman at

 Travel:  Participants are responsible for making their own flight and hotel arrangements.

VisasPlease note that visas are required for travel to Brazil. 
Requests for visas should be done through the Brazilian Consulate General.

Other accommodations:  meals, translation services, and ground transportation between meetings
are included in cost of the mission and will be arranged by the Brazil Council

If you have any questions, please email Luciana Rocha-Goldman or call (202) 463-5496.