Felipe Montoro Jens reports that Rio de Janeiro believes in the education of its children. Rightfully so! The children of any country are that country’s future. The goal will be to develop, construct, and maintain educational services and equipment that will sustain and create 20,000 new jobs in day-care centers. The plan is also to create 40,000 new pre-school places by 2020 end of year.
Nothing gets off the ground without exceptional consulting. The International Finance Corporation of the World Bank Group is on board offering its consulting services for the pre-school operation. The IFC took on the task for $2.3 million dollars. Read more at Exame about Felipe Montoro Jens
For developing countries, the IFC is distinctively the premier institution that oversees private sector development in emerging countries. The IFC has the financial resources, business expertise, professional talent, and global reach to help their partners navigate any challenges.
Jens is still a young man and a smart Brazilian business executive. He received his BA degree from Brazil’s FundacaoGetulio Vargas. This is one of the top schools leading to careers in business, law, economics, and technology. Today, Felipe Montero Jens has a masters degree in International Management awarded by the Thunderbird School of Global Management at ASU.
Felipe Jens also understands how effective private sector companies can benefit their clients by delivering savings along with reducing waste in sewer and water departments throughout Brazil. Private money can help build the Brazilian economy by investing in infrastructure projects. Montero’s mission is also to remove any assumptions that indicate investing in Brazil is a risk.
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