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IBREI Strengthens Partnerships in Visit to the Spanish Chamber with Signing of Cooperation Agreement



Yesterday, March 12th, representatives of the Brazilian Institute of International Business Relations (IBREI) conducted a visit to the Spanish Chamber, strengthening ties and promoting cooperation between the institutions. IBREI was represented by its President, Mauricio Prazak, Commercial Director Gilberto Bueno, and Advisory Councilor Ana Paula de Castro. The meeting was graced by the presence of Alejandro Gomez, CEO of the Spanish Chamber in Brazil.


During the meeting, various topics related to commercial and business relations between Brazil and Spain were discussed. Alejandro Gomez, CEO of the Spanish Chamber, expressed enthusiasm for enhancing collaboration between the two entities, recognizing the importance of strengthening economic ties between the two countries.


At the conclusion of the meeting, a formal institutional cooperation agreement was signed between IBREI and the Spanish Chamber. This agreement aims to establish a solid foundation for future joint initiatives, promoting the exchange of knowledge, business opportunities, and the organization of events fostering bilateral economic development.


IBREI's President, Mauricio Prazak, highlighted the significance of this agreement and reaffirmed the institution's commitment to strengthening strategic partnerships that drive economic development and business relations between Brazil and other countries.


This step reinforces IBREI's mission to build bridges and foster dialogue between entrepreneurs and international institutions. It is expected that this partnership will significantly contribute to promoting business opportunities and exchanging experiences between the business communities of Brazil and Spain.


IBREI remains committed to expanding its network of strategic partnerships, consolidating itself as an active protagonist in promoting economic development and international relations.



For more information, please contact us at ibrei@ibrei.org.

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