Jordanian company considers entering Brazil
10 de junho de 2016
Holding company TAG-Orgs chairman Talal Abu-Ghazale joined the Brazilian ambassador in Amman, Francisco Soares Luz, to discuss existing opportunities.
São Paulo – The Jordanian executive Talal Abu-Ghazaleh, who chairs TAG-Org, a holding named after himself, met this week with the ambassador of Brazil in Amman, Francisco Soares Luz, to go over existing business opportunities on the Brazilian market, Jordan’s Petra reported on Thursday (9).
TAG-Org provides consulting services on education, human resources, law, finance, intellectual property, computing, translation, accountancy, real estate etc. The company has representatives in several countries, especially in the Arab world.
Petra said they discussed opportunities in intellectual property, education, consulting, government tenders and tourism. “The opportunities discussed are in line with TAG-Org’s goals of assisting businesspersons around the world and engaging in educational exchange programs,” the Jordanian news outlet quoted Abu-Ghazaleh as saying. “There is a big potential for educational exchange programs, because Brazil has a wide array of universities,” the Brazilian diplomat added.
According to Abu-Ghazaleh, the goal is to “facilitate access for Brazilian businesses and assist Jordanian entrepreneurs in looking for business in Brazil.”
*Translated by Gabriel Pomerancblum