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Bahia's State Secretary for 2014 World Cup Affairs
focusBadminton in the life of a Swiss-Brazilian Paul von Scala talks about playing badminton in Brazil and Switzerland and how he was able to do so while at school or work. Of the world's racket sports, badminton is second in terms of numbers involved and speed.
Paulo von Scala
Talent hunting Over 300,000 vacancies are left unfilled every year in Brazil due to a lack of occupational training, according to a survey conducted by the National Employment System.
Marcus Vinícius Freire
Tax incentives for sport Investing in sport is now major business, whether funded by corporate budgets or by legalised tax breaks.
Kátia Seadi e Márcio Godoy
Sauber by Peter Sauber Sauber Motorsport AG, located in Hinwil, is a racing car manufacturer and has been participating in the Formula One since 1993.
A mega event - and nevertheless sustainable The Brazilian soccer association will organize the upcoming FIFA World Cup essentially as a gigantic celebration of its 100th anniversary. The opening match will take place in Brazil on June 13, 2014.
2014 World Cup - Opportunities and risks for the host country's image 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil: this is supposed to be the best World Cup ever.
Interview with Jorge Muzy With his in-depth knowledge of the sector, Jorge Muzy provides an overview of sport in Brazil and explains why it is worth investing in this direction.
Behind every Sport there is a great ally: Chemistry Chemistry plays in favour of every athlete so that they can achieve maximum performance.
Green Protocol, banks and return of business Following the apparently irreversible international trend, the Brazilian Federation of Banks (FEBRABAN) signed in 2009 the so-called "Green Protocol" with the country's Environmental Ministry.
José Augusto Martins, Luciana V. Pereira and Renata Amaral
Swiss conectionGreater Geneva Berne area (GGBa) in Brazil We interviewed Mr. Hamilton Belizario, the Brazilian representative of GGBa, the economic development agency for western Switzerland encompassing the cantons of Bern, Fribourg, Vaud, Neuchâtel, Geneva, and Valais. Its main mission is to assist foreign companies interested in setting up business ventures or investing in western Switzerland.
environmentSustainable alternatives for both small and large events Environmental co-responsibility is a recurring theme in policies and protocols for climate change and biodiversity formulated at state and national levels.
International Festival 'de la Francophonie' e 2nd Panorama of Contemporary Swiss Cinema
AGM 2011 / SWISSCAM in Switzerland / Business Breakfast / Committees
Swiss community in Brazil
Helvetia Sports Club