Saturday, March 16, 2019

Monday, April 1, 2019

Please join us for a panel discussion on Brazil’s agriculture sector. To fully discuss key issues, we are fortunate to have a diverse and distinguished group of representatives from leading firms in the sector including EmbrapaScheffer (one of Brazil’s largest and most successful operators), and Feijo Lopes Advogados.

The panel will discuss how research and technology have helped Brazil to become an agricultural powerhouse, and expectations for future improvements. They will examine the operating environment within Brazil, and how the country’s unique combinations of weather, land, soil, and technology create a competitive advantage. They will also explore infrastructure needs, and the investments necessary to reduce logistical costs. The panel will consider key legal and financial issues, including financing structures and foreign investment in the sector.
Agenda and Speakers
8:00 a.m. to 8:30 a.m. - Breakfast, Registration and Networking Session

8:30 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. - Presentation, Panel Discussion, and Q&A
ModeratorThomas DeCoeneCEO, GCA LLC

Celso Luiz Moretti
Executive Director for Research and DevelopmentBrazilian Agricultural Research Corporation (Embrapa) 
Guilherme Mognon Scheffer Commercial and Financial DirectorScheffer
Lúcio FeijóPartnerFeijó Lopes Advogados 
Registration Information

Corporate Members: Free

Non-Members: $35
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The Amazing performance of brazilian fine art MARIA CAMPOLINA

Maria Goncalves Campolina (Mariah Campolina), is a brazilian artist and was born at Formosa - GO, but currently lives in Brasília DF, the capital of Brazil.
She graduated in administration and her first contact with art was In December 2004,through Woodson Mackellyand
Jether Peixoto in the casa of Arts in Salvador, Bahia.
Return into Brasília, in May of 2006, she continued to enrich her knowledge by exploring the mixed techniques, textures and colors and her works goes from Contemporary Academy.

With the influence of the Cerrado(vegetation of the Brazilian country side),where she lived most of her life, her most recent art works are a deep dive on the beautiful flowers of this landscape.

Mariah Campolina had participated in several exhibitions In Brazil, Germany, Portugal and USA, among them are Casa Cor Brasília 2015, Projeto Show de Bola (Miami,USA,NewYork-USA,Berlin-Germany,SaoPaulo and RiodeJaneiro -Brazi),Women in Art in NewYork –USA and "Natureza Sublime  at Espaço       Chato - Brasília.

Artista : Mariah Campolina

Flor da Lobeira by Maria Campolina
The artist produced cups honoring Brasilia - DF 50th anniversary

March 13, 2019
D2C Brands Attract Young Consumers with Sustainability Initiatives
By Lucy Koch
Brands that focus on supply chain sustainability—by showcasing factory conditions, production processes and waste solutions—bode well with young consumers.
More than two-thirds of Gen Z shoppers ages 18 to 24 made an eco-friendly purchase in the past year, and more than half were willing to spend more for a sustainable product, per January 2019 data from CGS.
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Millennials are on board, too. Three in four US consumers ages 21 to 34 said they will “definitely” or “probably” alter their buying habits to reduce environmental impact, according to a December 2018 Nielsen report.
“Younger consumers have grown up with a more skeptical view of brands and an aversion to profits achieved through questionable business practices,” said eMarketer principal analyst Andrew Lipsman. “Brands that lift the veil on how they conduct business—from sourcing of materials to manufacturing all the way through the supply chain—will naturally engender more goodwill. Transparency breeds trust, and shoppers are more apt to buy from brands they trust.”
For retailers looking to reach these socially conscious consumers, supply chain sustainability is a win. More than a third of retail executives worldwide noted growth opportunities and cost savings as top reasons to adopt a strategy around supply chain sustainability, according to a January 2019 report from The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) and LLamasoft.
Direct-to-consumer (D2C) brands have the upper hand when it comes to integrating sustainability into their supply chain, as it has been top of mind from the start—but how each company displays its operations varies.
D2C fashion brand Everlane weaves “radical transparency” into its mission statement, pulling back the curtain on factory conditions and a cost breakdown compared with traditional retail markups.
Rothy’s, a footwear brand made from recycled plastic, uses its online platform to detail its entire supply chain—from materials and production to transportation and the product life span.
And veering from the traditional online platform, Allbirds recently announced it will host a SiriusXM radio show on how to build profitable yet sustainability-focused businesses. Allbirds co-founder Joey Zwillinger summarized this as “conscious capitalism.”
“D2C brands are proving you can deliver profits while being good corporate citizens," Lipsman said. "Brands that don't build sustainability into their business model may find themselves increasingly irrelevant with this new generation of consumers.”
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