There’s a lot to be said about Felipe Montoro Jens, the Project Infrastructure Specialist in Brazil, and who has been instrumental in the private and public projects in the country. However, the one news that stand out to the followers of Jens, and followers of his ventures, his advocacies and career is the one from Info Money, where it details what had transpired in the last Governor’s Special Meeting done by the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB). The event took place in the City of Mendoza, Argentina, and it’s quite a transformative event that brought changes to the country’s cultural infrastructure. Find out more about Jens at consultasocio.com to learn more.
It should also be added here that the main topic discussed in the meeting is on how to push for guarantees in the private business sector. There has to be a leverage from the public. There has to be a push for incentives that would incite people to start their own business and spread jobs in the country. This initiative should come from the government first.
Jens was also joined by Dyogo Oliveira in the meeting, who is the Minister of Planning and Development and Management in the Brazil. It is this partnership between the two that they can make sure that not only Latin America sustains its healthy business environment, but also sustain the job creation rate. This can be done also through the efficient solutions that would help address risk management issues in the private sector. New investments are also needed. Without new investments, the country can’t create the most profitable and progressive opportunities that the job seekers are looking for.
Another thing discussed in the event was the need for new roads, sanitation system, traffic solutions, public commute system and traffic integration set-up. These elements, according to Felipe Montoro Jens, are the prerequisites to a business environment that’s functional and that drives the goals of the country to its endpoint.