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Brazil boasts the largest economy in Latin America, and one of the most dynamic in the world. The World Cup and Summer Olympics are coming soon, sparking foreign direct investment and national infrastructure growth — positives that will last long after the closing ceremonies. The government has set policies in motion designed to accelerate growth and reduce the high cost of business. And agribusiness, one of the nation’s most important sectors, has been steady despite the recent drought. Boyden has been an integral part of the Brazilian business community for over 40 years, and can offer an insider’s view of this unique market. Whether you’re a foreign company establishing a Brazilian stronghold, a national organization looking to go global, or a local firm with national expansion goals, we can be an ideal partner.Read More >>
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Boyden is a global organization with a presence in every major business center in the world, operating under a single brand: Boyden. With the global support of their Boyden colleagues, our local partners have the ability and expertise to make the best decisions for their individual markets.
Boyden was founded over 60 years ago, as the pioneer in the executive search industry. The Brazil office opened in 1968, brought to the region our rich heritage as the leading international retained executive search organization. Today, it maintains our commitment to groundbreaking best practices and impeccable integrity.
As an important part of our executive search work, Boyden in Brazil conducts a yearly salary survey aimed to better understand the benefit and compensation practices for a number of executive positions in different sectors of activity in the Brazilian economy. This is the 36th edition of the survey, which takes as reference salaries of April 2015.
It is a pleasure to share the content of this study with the 105 participants and client companies.
For more information email email@example.com or telephone +55 11 3382 8300 and ask for Túlio Fumis, or any Boyden Partner.