Why Brazil?

The potential and the political crisis

Throughout the last decade, Brazil’s export potential has led it to be one of the fastest growing economies in the world. Nevertheless, in 2015, many Brazilian politics got involved in one of the biggest corruption crimes of the Brazilian history and lead Brazil into an internal financial crises. In addition, its natural resources are plentiful, and its agricultural and manufacturing are so diverse that they enable exponential economic growth, even though the Brazilian currency is depreciating. In other words, the moment and the conditions are great for those who plan to invest or to develop its skills here, meaning that Brazil became attractive for foreigners and the opportunities are just sprouting.

The development of the Brazilian economy

The Brazilian abundant economy during what were economically stagnant times for most of the developed countries has led it to an incredible amount of foreign direct investment, which in turn is also increased by the country’s increased scientific development. Many of these developments have led to astounding achievements that are representative of Brazil’s potential, such as its self-sufficient energy industry. The country boasts independence from the volatile oil market, partly due to the ability to produce vehicles that run on flexible fuel sources. This growth has also led to a rising upper classes in Brazil, with 19 new millionaires created everyday. The truth is that Brazil is the country of the future, and an opportunity to take part in this nation’s prosperous change would be passed by few.

Tourism in Brazil

Brazil not only offers wonderful career opportunities, but it also profits from an incredible amount of tourism that makes a trip there absolutely worth it in and of itself. The large nation is the second most visited tourist destination in South America, with 5 to 6 million visitors per year. With a plethora of natural areas to visit, Brazil is one of the best locations in the world for ecotourism. From trekking through the Amazon Rainforest, to visiting the dunes of the Northeast Region of the country, to simply relaxing by spending time on some of the most scenic beaches you have ever seen, there is plenty to do outdoors for those willing to make the trip. Experience the wonders of Brazil’s incredibly diverse fauna and flora, and see sight the likes of which you cannot imagine. If nature is not your thing, there is still plenty to do and see in the more metropolitan areas. Visit museums and tourist centers to get a more historical perspective on Brazilian culture. Stop by São Paulo, the most visited city in Brazil by those on business trips, where you are likely to experience the sophistication of the largest city in the southern hemisphere and the Americas. Or spend a few days in Rio de Janeiro, the biggest destination for tourists in Brazil. The most visited city in the southern hemisphere is proud to be kwown as the “Marvelous City”, and it is no surprise as it contains world-renown sites such as Christ the Redeemer (one of the New Seven Wonders of the World), the Maracanã Stadium (one of the largest football stadiums in the world) and it will also host the 2016 Olympics. With all of these opportunities, a trip to Brazil is guaranteed to be more than just a fun and exciting experience; it will change you.