With one eye on the future, the keynote speaker at Comex 2022, Romeo Busarello, explained his vision on longevity in this business: “Always have the heart of an intern, there are no longer any ex-students”. The statement was designed to push executives to keep up to date and to be ready to learn.
Busarello thanked Porto Itapoá, the sponsors of the event, for their invitation. They had asked him to give the final lecture at this gathering of experts on foreign trade on April 13th, at the Expoville Convention and Exhibition Center, in Joinville. “Today you have been learning about the latest trends”, he stated as he explained to the attendees the importance of professional gatherings. “The intelligence of a group is greater than the most intelligent in the group”, he concluded.
He has over 35 years of experience in the areas of Marketing, Communications, Online Environments, Customer Relations and with subjects relating to Sustainability and Social Responsibility. He is currently Vice President of Innovation and Digital Transformation at the construction company Tecnisa and a lecturer at the Higher Education College for Advertising and Marketing. – ESPM
Comex is organized every year by the Business Association of Joinville (ACIJ). Over 600 overseas trade experts attended this year’s event and they were able to see a panel of 13 top class speakers. Among them was the president of the Industry Federation of the State of Santa Catarina (FIESC), Mario Cezar de Aguiar, who spoke about the rich opportunities to be had in Santa Catarina.
The event was also fortunate to have the distinguished presence of the state governor, Carlos Moisés da Silva, who presented government data on several sectors, together with his team. The mayor of Joinville, Adriano Silva, was also involved, as part of the opening ceremony for the event.
For the president of ACIJ’s international business unit, Andrei da Rosa, the quality of those present demonstrated the importance of the agenda. “It was an honor to have such a prestigious event that featured such authorities and experts from important sectors for overseas trade, as well as other related areas,” said da Rosa. “We were also delighted to see the response. We had a record number of attendees, which shows what an important event this was for exchanging information.”