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The Brazilian Dream: How I left my Finance Job in London and became an Entrepreneur in Brazil Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
Rottgen is clearly and intelligent person who has put a lot of thought into his business venture and there are a few nuggets of information relevant to someone looking to start a business in Brazil. However, if this is your reason for considering the purchase then you're better off spending your time on Google. One for the recycling bin in my opinion.
Interesting also to read the way in which the author had weighed up many options (comparing different cities / countries) before deciding upon Sao Paulo, Brazil.
All in all, highly recommended!
This is however more than just wanderlust this is one mans attempt to minimise the chance of failure and play to win in the complex world of Brazilian business.
Raphael talks about the practical roadblocks that get in the way and also the emotional feelings that have to be navigated. In this book he draws your attention to the factors that can help or hinder an expatriot's adjustment to a new life in Brazil. Each chapter reveals a little more as Raphael recounts the experiences he has had on this journey.
I recommend this book to anyone who is considering relocation to another country not just Brazil.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This book is absolutely AMAZING! Not only that it is full of useful information on how to set up a business in Brazil but it also talks about the difficulties one will encounter in... Read morePublished on 24 April 2013 by Sammi
This book is a fascinating read that really captures the true essence of entrepreneurial spirit.
Raphael is always entertaining when describing his journey and is brutally... Read more