Innovation May 24, 2019
Ride-hailing apps breath new life into car rental sector
Brazil’s latest unemployment figures are quite disappointing, as one-quarter of the workforce is either unemployed or underemployed. Only one (...) READ MORE
How much public universities contribute to research in Brazil?
As Brazil’s fiscal crisis worsens, education has ended up at the forefront of the government’s contingency plans. While lack (...) READ MORE
Despite unemployment, Brazil IT market struggling to fill openings
The current reality of Brazil’s job market is bleak. About one-quarter of the workforce is either unemployed or underemployed—and (...) READ MORE
What would “open banking” mean for Brazilian customers?
“Open banking” is an increasingly familiar term in major global markets but has yet to break any real ground (...) READ MORE
Brazilian robotics whizzkids win awards in global competition
Young Brazilians continue to show their boundless talent in the field of robotics. After a team of teenagers from (...) READ MORE
Brazilian-controlled Kraft Heinz seeks innovation with new CEO
For decades, Brazilian billionaire Jorge Paulo Lemann was seen as a modern-day King Midas, who turned every company he (...) READ MORE
Latin America’s most innovative companies have one trait in common: they’re all Brazilian
When it comes to innovation in Latin America, Brazil is paving the way, having eight of the 20 most (...) READ MORE
Will Brazil’s auto industry ever stand on its own feet?
In 1957, then-Brazilian President Juscelino Kubistchek promoted a plan to manufacture cars in Brazil for the first time. More (...) READ MORE