The Brazil-U.S. Business Council (Council) is made up of the world’s leading multinational corporations interested in enhancing the bilateral economic relationship between both countries. Advocating for free trade, free markets and free enterprise, we work closely with and on the behalf of members to advance policy objectives before the Brazilian and U.S. governments.
Members represent a variety of industries, including agriculture, banking and financial services, consumer goods, defense, energy, healthcare, manufacturing, pharmaceuticals and technology, among others. We collaborate with our members to devise cross-cutting and sector specific agendas and support public policies that enhance bilateral economic relations.
The Council offers members expert analysis, commercial insights and a platform to interact with senior officials and decision makers. With an emphasis on strategic advocacy, the Council differentiates itself as the leading voice for private sector interests before the Brazilian and U.S. governments.
If your company is interested in learning more about the Brazil-U.S. Business Council please contact Drew Westervelt, Director at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Intelligence – Receive weekly news, analysis and updates on public policy and regulatory issues impacting the private sector.
Advocacy – Contribute to publications, reports, public consultations, and letters to the governments.
Access – Participate in high level private meetings, business missions and delegations with senior officials and decision makers.
For companies interested in basic participation in Brazil Council events and activities.
For companies interested in being involved in the Brazil Council at a strategic level and shaping its policy agenda.