A recent report by Philipe Montoro Gens highlighted a Brazilian government announcement will change the way sanitation is performed in Brazil. The Brazilian government has decided to partner with a private company in order to meet the countries sanitation needs. This is a big change for the infrastructure of Brazil, because sanitation needs have previously been met by private, mostly state run programs. However, the change is thought to be a positive one because private companies have resources and strategies that can complement the public programs.
The government will work with the National Bank for Economic and Social Development to help the change take place. One company that will be partnered with is Trata Brasil. The president of Trata Brasil, Edison Carlos, states that he is looking forward to working with the existing publicly run programs in improving the sanitation measures. Strict regulations help to keep the sanitation measures to a high standard.
Felipe Montoro Gens is an expert in finance and city and state infrastructure. He studied business administration at Fundao Getlio Vargas. He then received his masters from The American Garvin School of International Management, where his education in business, leadership, finance, and international business relations continued. He is a leader among Brazilian business men, and has held positions with many prominent financial institutions including Price water house Coopers.
Because of his interest in communication and public relations, Felipe has made many public appearances as a spokesperson for conferences and leadership events. Though much of his career history is centered in Brazil, he is very much an international business man as well. His career has taken him in to The United Kingdom as well as Singapore. He is skilled at financial planning, corporate administration and leadership, and public communications. When addressing the public with his news related articles, Felipe Montoro Gens focuses on current issues. http://www.radaroficial.com.br/d/28075923