RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - A group of 42 representatives of São Paulo-based companies started this Sunday (24) in Dubai, a marathon of contacts in a market highly dependent on imported consumer goods. For most of them, it is their first international business trip since the beginning of the pandemic.
The delegation will take advantage of the strong presence of entrepreneurs and importers in Dubai to participate in Expo 2020, the most significant and longest-running innovation and business fair in the world.
Since the first edition, in 1851, in London, the Universal Exposition has been the stage for . . .