Join us for the first BCCC International Trade & Logistics Committee webmeeting of 2021 "Cybersecurity on Logistics & International Trade".
Join the BCCC in this networking opportunity with other female entrepreneurs and women-run organizations.This will be a unique opportunity for current and aspiring entrepreneurs to create meaningful connections, get inspired by fellow trailblazers, and access the support and resources necessary to set themselves up for success.
UM EVENTO PARA EMPREENDEDORES BRASILEIROS SOBRE QUESTÕES LEGAIS, COMERCIAIS E TRIBUTÁRIAS PARA EXPORTAR, CAPTAR INVESTIMENTOS E ENTRAR NO MERCADO AMERICANO.
Please join a seminar hosted by the Brazil California Chamber of Commerce, BCCC, featuring private and public sector representatives in the international trade industry as they highlight new market opportunities and logistics in the Brazil-California trade relationship. The conference will be held over a two-day period, from November 10th to the 11th.
The Brazil California Chamber of Commerce is once again proud to support the Los Angeles Brazilian Film Festival (LABRFF) in its 13th annual production, helping strengthen the connections between the United States’ and Brazil’s film industries. This year’s film festival which seeks to connect creative directors, artists, actors, and industry professionals, will be held from October 21st to the 25th on a virtual platform, Filmocracy. Filmocracy serves as an advanced streaming service, with a variety of films, virtual theaters, meeting rooms, and panel discussions, where participants can participate in conversations through video conferences. In addition to celebrating Brazilian film and fostering lifelong connections, the festival also plays a fundamental role in generating business between Brazil and the U.S. within the Brazilian Film Market. The BCCC is excited to collaborate with the LABRFF in this year’s film festival to support the growth of U.S.-Brazil relations in this promising industry.
17h30 - 18h30 (Brasilia-GMT)
The panel seeks to clarify the role of public authorities in the audiovisual field and highlight what the Secretary of Culture and Creative Economy of the Government of the State of São Paulo has done for the sector in an unprecedented year in history that has made a major economic impact on the audio-visual business community.