We were very fortunate to contract Pedro A. L. Costa and The Information Company in Brazil. After two months of intensive research, they came up with a strategic partnership in Brazil that helped us to extend our share of that phenomenal country’s market for education. It’s a new way of doing Public Relations. They are very knowledgeable of the many economic sectors down there and well known by a lot of important people. Definitely , they know how to open doors in Brazil. Highly recommended.
Pedro and The Information Company have been instrumental in increasing the political and business exchange between Washington State and Brazil. Through his company we have increased several aspects of bilateral relations with Brazil. Pedro is definitely an important asset for any company considering doing business in Brazil.
Most Brazilian nationals and businesses in the USA are located on the East Coast. With Pedro and The Information Company, we were able to expand our business relationships to the West Coast. We created a Brazilian mission to explore the West Coast market (mainly comprising the metropolitan areas of Los Angeles, San Francisco and Seattle). We met with many important companies changing the history of bilateral business relations between Brazil and the West Coast. As the largest business association in Latin America, we’re extremely glad they helped us.
The Information Company and Pedro Costa convinced us that Brazil was a great opportunity for Washington based companies. Until then, we were very focused on Asia and Europe. With Pedro’s help, we created the Sustainable Business Mission to Brazil in 2006, a turning point in the relations between our region and Brazil. Since then, several deals were closed between American and Brazilian companies.
As the largest AG organization in Brazil, representing more than 5 million Brazilian farmers that make up one of the main food producers in the world, we chose The Information Company to represent us in the United States. The Information Company has successfully placed the Brazilian National Confederation of Agriculture and Livestock and its ideas, which include the commitment for the expansion of sustainable agricultural production through productivity gains, in the main media outlets in the U.S. Through The Information Company we have initiated a series of partnerships with several organizations and universities in the country. We give The Information Company our highest recommendations.