The Jamaica-Brazil Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Tourism was created with the fundamental statutory objective to promote, in Sao Paulo and its immediate environs, the common interests of the members in developing and maintaining commercial, cultural and tourism activities between Brazil and Jamaica.
This self-financing institution further seeks to provide informational resources pertinent to networking opportunities that foster investment and cross-cultural exchanges as a means of contributing to improved understanding and goodwill between the two nations.
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JBCC OBJECTIVES INCLUDE
Interfacing with government and statutory organizations on policies that affect business practices and competitiveness in general, and particular interests of members;
Forging of strategic alliances with Brazilian and Jamaican businesses; trade associations to establish and develop mutually beneficial relationships;
Instrumental in helping business expansion, or in forming partnerships;
General guidelines on government rules and regulations, such as export-import policies; taxation; labour laws; immigration and customs;
Educate; provide information for members, such as business contacts; leads and opportunities, technological advancements, etc.
Business and Trade Development
Investor matchmaking; trade and investment missions; organizing trade fairs and exhibitions; arranging for members’ participation in trade shows;
Certificates of Origin / Free-Sale, expertise, Business environment, New resources, Products, Services, etc.;