Presentations and Reports
Rio 2016 Committee – Sponsorship
This presentation presents numbers and venues for the 2016 Olympic Games in Brazil, also providing information regarding budget, supply chain program and opportunities for partnerships with the Rio 2016 Organizing Committee.
Rio 2016 Committee – Procurement
This presentation focus on the sustainable supply chain program for the 2016 Olympic Games in Brazil, including information on the Rio 2016 Organizing Committee´s supplier online portal.
Brazil Coordinates Public Security during the Games through SESGE (the Brazil’s Secretariat for the Security of Large Event’s)
This report attempts to summarize the role of SESGE and its plan to secure Brazil in preparation for the upcoming Games in an effort to provide information to U.S. companies seeking to apply for procurement opportunities related to public security in Brazil.
On February 6, 2012, the Brazilian federal government announced the concessions of the country’s three-largest airports: São Paulo-Guarulhos, Brasília, and Campinas-Viracopos. This report provides an overview of these concessions and briefly describes related commercial opportunities.
Countdown to 2014 and 2016 Games: Brazil Aviation Infrastructure and Market opportunities.pdf - This presentation from the Civil Aviation Secretary gives an overview of Brazilian civil aviation and its challenges, as well as information on Brazil´s Airport concession process.
This report presents challenges and opportunities during the 2014 World Cup and 2016 Olympic Games in Brazil, also providing information on the economic environment and investments.
This presentation delivered by the Hotel Brazilian Industry Association (ABIH), shows the current hotel infrastructure in the country and improvements plans for the 2014 World Cup and 2016 Olympic Games in Brazil.
Immediate Opportunity Announced In Preparation For Rio 2016 Olympics - “Calculation And Management Of Overlay Budget” - On December 18th, 2012, the Rio 2016 Organizing Committee announced the beginning of the process to open the international bidding to update the budget of the temporary venues (overlay commodities) that will be necessary for the operations of the Olympic and Paralympic Games Rio 2016. Ideally, companies that plan to participate in this bid should have experience in project management solutions, in previous summer Olympic Games and in specific overlay items and sports venues. As informed by the Rio 2016 Organizing Committee, this is the scope of this tender: “Calculation And Management Of Overlay Budget”
This report, from the Federation of Industries of Rio de Janeiro, details today´s scenario and the investments in the city, from 2010-2012.
This presentation, from Law Firm Baker & McKenzie, presents the Brazilian growth through the economic crisis and presents numbers, charts and opportunities during the 2014 World Cup and 2016 Olympic Games.
This international market insight report describes the licensing and registration process for U.S. architectural firms looking to do business in Brazil. The IMI also provides important information on the Brazilian agencies that regulate architecture in Brazil.
“Rio Energy 2016” is a program that aims to develop and implement energy solutions for the 2014 World Cup, the 2016 Olympics, and other big structural projects in the state of Rio de Janeiro, focusing on renewable energy sources. The report describes the Rio Energy 2016 program and highlights opportunities for U.S. companies related to the program as well as opportunities to partner with Light Esco, a private electricity company in Rio de Janeiro.
The presentation provided by the Procurement Manager of the Rio 2016 Olympic Committee provides an overview of the procurement process and timeline for the Olympic Committee. It includes information on where U.S. companies can register to receive more information on upcoming procurement announcements.
This report shows some facts of the 2014 World Cup, but mainly focuses on the Rio de Janeiro 2016 Olympic Games: the Olympic venues, mobility projects and costs related to this event.
This presentation, from the Rio de Janeiro Mayor´s office, provides an overview of Rio the Janeiro and how the Games are changing the face of the city.
This report, presented by the Secretary of Sports of the State of Rio de Janeiro, highlights the investments being made on transportation in Rio de Janeiro.
This report shows economic benefits that the 2014 World Cup will bring to Brazil and how resources are being divided into different sectors.
This report, delivered by the World Cup’s Local Organizing Committee, explains all aspects of implementing the major event through Brazil´s 12 cities, from hotel agreements to Government guarantees.
This presentation delivered by the State of Rio de Janeiro Government, provides an overview of projects taking place in preparation for the 2014 World Cup and 2016 Olympic Games in Brazil.