Aerospace Meeting Brazil 2018 will bring together more than 300 companies, from 25 countries, from June 19 to 21 at the Technological Park of São José dos Campos.
Hub55 will discuss internationalization of the sector’s businesses during the event.
Aerospace Meeting Brazil, the largest event in the sector’s supply chain, will feature this year’s workshop “Hub55: Your Door to Doing Aerospace Business in Brazil“, presented by senior partner of Hub55, Carlos Mateus, an expert with more than 30 years of experience in this industry.
Organized by BCI Aerospace, the Meeting will bring together more than 300 companies from 25 countries. Among them, important names such as Embraer, SAAB, Boeing, Airbus, Safran, Aernnova and Latecoere, as well as representatives of all other links in the chain. It is expected that more than 6,000 work meetings will take place during the event.
Brazil should be at the center of the discussions. “The global expansion of the auto parts market, with the growing demand for regional aircraft and the interest of the market giants for this sector, has demonstrated that Brazil is a strategic and competent player, with a consolidated and certified production base for global supply”, explains Marcelo Nunes, coordinator of the Brazilian Aerospace Cluster, at the São José dos Campos Technology Park, which is a partner of the event.
Negotiations between Brazil’s Embraer and US-based Boeing are seen as one more element to heat up this scenario and turn every eye of the industry to a new market setting. “The development of the international aerospace business in Brazil will be the main theme of the workshop. We are seeing a widening of opportunities and this has attracted the attention of companies from around the world,” says Alexandra Gioso, director of Hub55 SJC.
Hub55, as an internationalization platform that reduces costs and accelerates the process of penetration in new markets, plays a key role in this scenario. Its broad network and expertise, with offices in several cities, creates connections in Brazil, the United States and Europe.
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