The richest Brazilian in the world, according to Forbes, also says that he plans to improve education in the country
Businessman and investor Jorge Paulo Lemann said on Saturday (April 9, 2022) that Brazil will do “new boss”.
We have elections going on in Brazil and we will have a new president. My primary goal is to try to improve education. We are preparing a new collection on how to improve education in Brazil, which I think Brazil needs the most.”said Lehmann, the richest Brazilian in the world, according to Order Forbes, with a fortune estimated at 16.2 billion US dollars (76.1 billion Brazilian reais). Owns a brewery ambifeof brands Brahma And schoolIn addition to being a member of 3G Capital.
Lyman made this statement during an interview with Brazil Conferencean event promoted annually since 2015 by Brazilian students from the Boston area, USA, a place known to receive illegal Latin immigrants, especially from Brazil, for decades.
Despite being in a North American city, the meeting always receives the majority of the Brazilian audience, as if it were a conference being held in São Paulo or Rio de Janeiro.
The businessman said he aims to improve education to enable people to participate “From the startup economy or even the world’s competition”. He sat on a panel with Justin Mattin, co-founder and chief marketing officer of Tinder, and with Henrique Dubugras, co-founder and co-CEO of Brex and non-veteran In the Forbes billionaires rating. They discussed new business models after COVID-19.
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