Holding of Brazil International Group, including the following entities:
Brazilian Business Group, Boca Raton, Florida • Brazilian Business Group Asia, Tokio
Octavio Masset Cardoso (President - Westchester Financial Group), Luiz Henrique Perlingeiro (representative BIF in Brasil, Sênior Consultant - Westchester Financial Group), Andrea Trindade Faria (Airtrade Aviation), Rui Forcada (Portugal/Florida Honorary Consul) e Mônica Ribeiro (Vice President, Bank United).
To unite and assist Brazilian communities abroad, to organize them, in order to encourage them to rise and develop in equality with their hosts. Integrating in the societies that host them, maintaining strong ties with their roots and Brazilian origin.
To maintain Brazilian communities abroad, solid and structured, that function as a platform for economic, political and social dissemination of Brazilian culture and society, their habits and interests.
- Institute of Strategic Studies (INEST) / Fluminense Federal University and Dorothy F. Schmidt School of Arts and Letters at Florida Atlantic University (FAU), Boca Raton, Florida
- Research Park Center and Florida Atlantic University (FAU) / Development and Entrepreneurship
- Rotary Club Boca Raton West.
Universidade Estadual de Londrina, UEL
Programs and Projects
Film and Movie Production
Florida Atlantic University (FAU), Latin American Training Center (LATC), and Brazil International Foundation are partners in the joint venture of a wide range of activities aimed at providing academic, political, resource, awareness and training activities for regions of Latin-America.
The project began in January 2018 with the premiere of the Brazilian film "Dear Embassador", while hosting the presence of Brazilian director, Luiz Fernando Goulart.
In addition, the following activities are planned:
Business workshops, cultural, artistic aspects of film and television production in Latin America.
Entrepreneurship and Business Development: Startups Incubator
The Brazil International Foundation, in partnership with Research Park of Florida Atlantic University (FAU), aims to stimulate closer ties between Brazil and the United States, specifically between university incubators in both countries. Similar to the State University of Londrina, FAU also has a technology-based business incubator, which is located in the Institution's Research Park. Previously, an approach was developed with the Fluminense Federal University of Rio de Janeiro in the areas of social sciences, politics and international relations. This partnership has already resulted in the exchange of teachers between institutions, academic research, and it was in this contact that we became aware of Aintec.