Reliable Information in an Uncertain World
PIB - Brazilian Companies Go International is an essential new magazine that provides exclusive information for
anyone doing business in or with Brazil and the dynamic new Brazilian multinational companies. Forget government
propaganda and press-release journalism, PIB provides exclusive, behind-the-scenes reporting: what's happening,
what's going to happen, and the company strategies for breaking into new markets.
People who matter read about people who matter, in PIB. If that's your market, PIB is your best way to reach it.
Brazil in the World
PIB - Our Mission
To report the process of internationalization of Brazilian companies, whatever their size or area
of operation. To provide a privileged channel of information for companies and professionals who
seek news about the largest economy in the Southern Hemisphere, and its increasing interaction
with world markets.
PIB - our goals
- Show the challenges and advantages of operating internationally.
- Discover, analyze and report on successful examples of internationalization.
- Examine the risks and pitfalls, and how to avoid them.
- Highlight new trends and business opportunities in Brazil and abroad.
- Show how companies are training staff for a global environment.
- Give practical examples of how smaller companies can find international success.
- Showcase innovation and creativity of Brazilian companies, including in areas such as fashion,
design, gastronomy, cinema and other arts.
Companies that support PIB
- Banco do Brasil
- Flanders Investment & Trade
- General Motors
- Itaú BBA
- UKTI (Governo Britânico)
Who's Behind PIB
Nely Caixeta - founder editor
One of Brazil's most experienced business journalist, who has worked in Brazil, Europe and the United States.
Nely launched PIB after building a successful career with Editora Abril, Brazil's
largest publishing group. In her 20 years with Abril, Nely worked on the International
and Business desks of Veja and Exame, respectively Brazil's leading newsweekly
and business magazines. Between 1980 and 1988 she was Brasília bureau chief for
Exame, directing coverage of the country's return to democracy after military rule and the advent of
hyperinflation. Earlier she was a reporter/editor for O Estado de S. Paulo, one of Brazil's "big four"
quality daily papers, the BBC International Service in London, and the Brazilian service of United
Press International (UPI), then a major US news agency. She was a grant-winner of the World
Press Institute of Saint Paul, Minnesota and received journalism awards from the Ayrton Senna
Foundation, CNT, CNH and CitiImprensa/Columbia University (NY/NY). She has contributed to
various books including Carta a um Jovem Empreendedor, by Ozires Silva, A Era FHC, O Município
Moderno and Passaporte para o Mundo.
PIB is produced by a small editorial nucleus, drawing on the talents of wide team of experienced
free-lance reporters in Brazil, Latin America, North America, Europe and Asia.