iCAABS is a boutique consultancy based in Sao Paulo, Brazil assisting international companies enter the Brazilian market. iCAABS consultants are British, American and Brazilian.

iCAABS offers fully flexible services and can advise at all stages of a company’s entry strategy, project manage a full business start-up through to managing the front and back office operations of the new entity.

iCAABS core consultancy services are in the areas of; Strategic & Business Planning, Finance & Accounting, Mergers & Acquisitions, Business Development, HR, Legal, Recruitment, Supply Chain, Logistics and Distribution, Marketing, Market Research, IT & Network Support, Purchasing & Procurement, Property Search, Importing & Exporting, Programme & Project Management, Ex-Pat Support, Executive Leadership Development & Training.

Where iCAABS does not have specialist consultants we have carefully chosen partners in the areas of; Regulatory Affairs, Technical and Specialised Product Translations, Law firm specialising in immigration, import/export trading company, executive search. These partners are all tried and tested and fall under the umbrella of iCAABS one stop shop services.

A key benefit for international companies is iCAABS language capabilities. There will be no confusion trying to communicate with a non-English speaker as iCAABS has various native English speakers along with a host of multilingual staff.

Experience shows us that a common path followed by a successful new entrant to the Brazilian market, in tandem with our services, is:

  • Initial feasibility Study
  • Market entry Business Planning Services
  • Market entry Business Planning Execution Support
  • General Consultancy and Business Services Support
  • Full Management of a Start-up in Brazil

iCAABS offers a single point of contact entry solution, coordinating between multiple Brazilian and Global service providers. iCAABS’s focus is on easing the customer experience, by offering a value add ‘one stop shop’ single point of contact type solution to; simplify entering the Brazilian market; and assist, where necessary throughout the entire business cycle.

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