Entrepreneurship Manifesto

In 1934 the Austrian economist Joseph Schumpeter called the Entrepreneur as the central character in the economic development and introduced him as the one who destroys the existing economic order by introducing new products and services, by creating new forms of organization, or by exploring new resources and materials.

Since the colonial period Brazil has good examples of entrepreneurs. The Brazilian has a long tradition in seeking solutions to their problems and now is no different. In 2009, it was the first time the opportunity-based entrepreneurship supplanted the necessity-driven entrepreneurship. Brazil began to see a new horizon with companies with a higher degree of technological innovation and greater growth potential, as some examples seen recently.

That’s why we believe helping entrepreneur to grow faster is a way for the sustainable development of our country.