Webster Geneva Hosts Conference on Swiss Business with Brazil

Jun. 28, 2018

Presenters spoke about trade, governmental relations and entering the Brazilian market.
Presenters spoke about trade, governmental relations and entering the Brazilian market.

Sixty members of the local business community gathered at Webster University's Geneva campus for a half-day conference to exchange insights, experiences and common interests for business in—and with—Brazil, in a conference organized by Dominique Jolly, head of George Herbert Walker School of Business & Technology programs at Webster Geneva.

Speakers included representatives from the Brazilian consulate, the Geneva chamber of commerce, and academic, finance, accounting and trade representatives from the community. They discussed topics ranging from entering the Brazilian or Swiss market, and handling the impact of the Brazil-Switzerland Double Tax Treaty.

An article on the event was also featured in the French newspaper, Le Temps.

Read more about the presenters and topics at Webster Geneva, including a link to overviews of six of the presentations [PDF].

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