Felipe Montoro Jens and His Opinion About The Improvement of Basic Sanitation Concession

The Brazilian Government has recently partnered with the National Bank for Economic and Social Development (BNDES) to improve the basic sanitation of Brazil. Cleanliness, which is an important aspect of everyone’s life, need to be carried out properly to eliminate or lower the number of diseases caused by waste and dirt.

 

Felipe Montoro Jens, an infrastructural project expert in Brazil, has proposed his opinion about this matter and projected that the sanitation concession might help in lowering the water wastage in Brazil significantly. The private organizations are likely to have more resources compared to public enterprises, and thus they will ensure that the water is not wasted. Moreover, it will also help to improve the financial condition of the public institutions too.

 

Presently, the basic sanitation service in Brazil is run by 90% public agencies, and including private initiative will help the sanitation process to improve at a good rate. According to the experts like Felipe Montoro Jens and Edison Carlos, who have participated in the interview of sanitation concession have also mentioned different beneficial factors of this initiative including the improvement in the management, structural areas, and resources.

 

Felipe Montoro Jens is an expert professional who worked in structured finance area in Enel Group S.p. A. He studied at Fundao Getlio Vargas where he completed his degree in business administration. He has obtained his Masters in International Management from Thunderbird School of Global Management.

 

In the sanitation concession of Brazil, Felipe Montoro Jens has played a crucial rule proposing his important opinion about the water wastage, the financial crisis of the public water wastage department and how this initiative can help the Brazilian government to improve the sanitation. According to him, the amalgamation of public sectors and private sectors can highly help the public sector to achieve their goal in sanitation.

April 22, 2017

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A New Study Reveals that Adoption of New Technology can Greatly Foster Business Growth

According to Maluf, understanding technological trends in various generations is a recipe for business growth. A survey conducted by GoDaddy revealed that 42 percent of the Y generation appreciates the changes brought about by the new technology. A similar proportion of the X generation also thinks that technology has revolutionized business. Around 40 percent of the people in the baby boomers category share similar sentiments. Maluf also added that at least 70 percent of entrepreneurs find it easy to relate to customers through websites and social media platforms. Maluf is convinced that embracing technology enables people to work jointly to manage and monitor their investments as well as exhibit confidence when running the day-to-day activities of their businesses.

 

How economic recession has affected civil construction in Brazil

 

Based on raw data from the Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics, the construction industry was significantly affected by the economic recession. The Exame Magazine also published a report claiming that profitability in this industry has gone down and that this crisis has taken a toll on the country’s Gross Domestic Product. However, Maluf asserts that in the financial years 2016 and 2017, this industry is bound to change through increased demand for construction materials. This demand will increase sales, which will revive the construction sector. The Brazilian Association of Construction Materials Industry also shares the same view as Maluf. This decision was arrived at after they conducted a survey to predict the future market trends. Maluf has worked in this line of work for decades and, hence, he understands this sector more.

 

 

Flavio Maluf: a Business Forecaster and the CEO of Eucatex Group

 

Flavio Maluf is a Brazilian entrepreneur and a mechanical engineer. Maluf is the senior director of Eucatex Group, a company that manufactures furniture and household linings & insulations from eucalyptus fibers.

 

Maluf acquired his degree in mechanical engineering from the well-regarded Armando Alvares Penteado Foundation. He also studied a short business course specializing in accounts and management. Maluf began working at Eucatex Group upon completing his college education. In 2005, he became the chief executive officer of the corporation. He currently sits on the Board of Executive Officers as the chairman of the company. Maluf has also been serving as the director of Eucatex S.A. for over a decade.

 

April 19, 2017

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