Informative Session on the Brazilian Maritime, Offshore Wind & Hydrogen Sector
Do you operate in the port, shipping, offshore wind or hydrogen sector? And are you curious about business opportunities in Brazil? Then take part in the session of the Brazilian maritime and offshore wind sector on November 3, 2022. This meeting will take place in Rotterdam from 15:30 to 18:00.
Brazil has the largest economy in Latin America. The port and shipping sectors are essential for international trade. Given the growing global demand for raw materials, ports and infrastructure are in urgent need of modernization. The Brazilian government wants to invest more in the maritime and offshore wind sectors. Brazil has sufficient renewable energy sources to produce hydrogen. This offers many opportunities for Dutch entrepreneurs.
This meeting is of interest to Dutch companies active in hydrogen and in the maritime and offshore wind sector, and who are interested in doing business with Brazil.
During this informative session, you will receive information about the plans for the next three years of the Dutch government, the industry organization Wind, Water Works and Rotterdam Partners regarding maritime, offshore wind and green hydrogen in Brazil. These multi-year plans are aimed at providing the best possible joint support to Dutch companies in these sectors with their internationalization ambitions in this market. We are also happy to discuss the challenges your company faces when doing business in Brazil so that we can include this in our programming for the next 3 years. The meeting ends with a networking drink.
Trade attaches from the Embassy in Brasilia will join this event and discuss the current Brasilian developments. The full program will be announced soon.
You can register via firstname.lastname@example.org. Please state your name, company name and number of people. The closing date for registration is October 27. Participation is free. The language of instruction is Dutch.
The Schielandshuis in the city centre of Rotterdam. Directions in Google Maps.