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  1. Brazil Agenda: • Business Schools Executive Education Overview • Trade and Investments in Brazil Scenario • Questions & Answers The Speakers: Fernando Meirelles Juan Quirós Letícia Costa Dean President President Brasil FGV-EAESP APEX-Brasil Booz Allen Hamilton

  2. Business SchoolsOverview • In the world we have around 15,000 Business Schools (10 years ago, less than 10,000) • Only 3 countries have more than 1,000 (US; Brazil and India) • Brazil population of 180 million is 40% of Latin America • In Brazil 4 million students are in higher education • 14% in Business Schools, the highest share both in students and in number of programs MBA explosion! Since 2000, offerings increased from 100 to 6,000 programs.

  3. Community Alliances Firms Alumni Executive Education &“GV” Strategic Triangles International Alliances: • 60 Schools • AACSB • AMBA • BALAS • CEMS • CLADEA • EFMD • PIM • PGL • SUMAQ • UNICON Research Degree Programs Consulting Executive Education Business PhD Master MPA OneMBA DBB - Doing Bus. Brazil CEAG - DiplomaEMBA GVnet Distance Learn. GVpec Exec Education Learning Undergraduate

  4. 14,400 Students enrolled: 1,700 Undergraduate; 2,200 Diploma; 500 Degree and 10,000 Executive Education • 1,000 Employees: 600 Professors and 400 support • 300 Partner companies (donations, alliances, boards …) • 60 International Business Schools alliances • 110,000 alumni: 30,000 Degree and Diploma 80,000 Executive Education • More than 25% of the 1,000 largest Brazilian companies main executive are alumni

  5. Brazil Juan Quirós is President of Brazilian Trade and Investment Promotion Agency (APEX-Brasil). Industrial Engineer by University of Miami and post graduated in Business in the FGV. Extensive experience on trade promotion, directing companies and trade departments of Brazilian business organizations, such as: São Paulo Industry Federation - FIESP/CIESP. Trade and Investments in Brazil Scenario: Letícia Costa is President of Booz Allen Hamilton do Brasil and leads the Industrials Group in Latin America having served the Board of Directors. Production Engineer by EPUSP - Universidade de São Paulo and MBA by Cornell University. In Booz Allen, she has completed a wide range of assignments – from strategy development to implementation - in Europe and South America.