In an initiative supported by the ETCO Institute, the American Chamber of Commerce, Amcham Brasil, takes executives to the US in September for its first compliance mission
São Paulo - International Compliance Mission will bring delegation closer to the main players in the area in the USA
From September 10 to 16, Amcham carries out the International Compliance Mission to the United States, aiming to learn about the main initiatives, trends and best practices on this subject in large American companies and institutions in Washington, DC and New York, NY.
With scheduled visits to important players in the segment in the USA, the delegation will have strategic networking, training and benchmark meetings. The mission is aimed at entrepreneurs and executives from different segments who have some relationship or interest in the topic. “We aim to train companies in the process of structuring the compliance area and contribute to the development and maturation of the topic in companies that already have an internal structure organized on that front,” says Daniella Leite, Foreign Trade Manager at Amcham.
In addition to the ETCO Institute, the project has the institutional support of important entities on the subject, such as the ETHOS and ARC Institutes, and the Brazilian Embassy in Washington, DC.
Registration * is open and the number of places is limited. To find out how to participate in the mission, send a message to firstname.lastname@example.org or call (11) 5180-3808.
* Exclusive discounts for ETCO Institute partners, for more information consult the Amcham team informing the promotional code ETCO2016.
The newspaper O Estado de São Paulo will hold the Estadão Forum - Combat against Smuggling, an event sponsored by ETCO and the National Forum Against Piracy and Illegality (FNCP), on July 01, in São Paulo. The event is free and the places are limited.
Date: 01 / 07
Time: from 8h00 to 12h30
Location: Estadão Auditorium
Av. Celestino Bourroul, 100 - Lemon
Discuss ways to combat smuggling that enters Brazil from southwestern Paraná. This is the objective of the VIII Triple Border Seminar, which takes place on October 22, in Foz do Iguaçu. The event is held by the National Forum Against Piracy and Illegality (FNCP) and is supported by ETCO-Brazilian Institute of Ethics in Competition.
The Seminar will feature lectures by representatives of agencies working in the fight against smuggling and experts on the subject. More information on FNCP website.
Date: 22 / 10 / 2015
Location: Hotel Golden Tulip - Foz do Iguaçu - PR
Free subscriptions by email email@example.com
O jornal Mail Braziliense on the 06th of October, in Brasília, the seminar Smuggling in Brazil: Impacts and solutions. The event is sponsored by ETCO-Brazilian Institute of Ethical Competition and is part of the actions of the Movement in Defense of the Brazilian Legal Market, a coalition that has more than 70 entities representing the sectors of the economy affected by smuggling, counterfeiting and piracy.
Date: 06 / 10 / 2015
Hours: 8h30 to 12h45
Venue: Auditorium of the headquarters building of the Diários Associados - SIG Quadra 2, lot 340
Free entrance. Confirmations via email firstname.lastname@example.org until 02/10