Passion accepts no limits from those that it has inspired to create their own work or start their own company. This may very well be what can be said about the passionate work of Felipe Montoro Jens. This is the path that he treads as he navigates in a career that is centered both in public and private ventures.
One of the recent activities today of Mr. Jens is the one where he joined in one of the most significant governor’s meetings in the industry today. It is there that Jens helped decide which strategy would work best for Brazil and which ones would have to be avoided. Mr. Jens was also joined by Minister Dyogo Oliveira in making sure that the right strategies in the industry are set in place. Read this article at odiario.com about Felipe Montoro Jens
In the meeting, there was significant push for the right private investments that would boost the most productive jobs for the industry. Private infrastructure projects are necessary for the jobs to reach the right people and for institutions to train the right people for these jobs. Brazil has still so much untapped potential, and Jens believes that with the right push and strategies, such pool of talent will then be leveraged.
Jens also reported that the President of the Inter-American Development Bank, Luis Alberto Moreno, is also optimistic in looking for the right programs that would shape the country to its best lean form. Latin America also demands more infrastructure convergence in order to generate the kind of environment that’s conducive to any type of investment. With the current trend of Public-Private Partnerships today in public works in Brazil, this goal of attaining the best lean shape for the country in terms of job generation will soon be a realized dream. The Ministry of Planning, Development and Management also offered loans for Brazilian companies in order to address this demand for jobs. Visit their websites: http://www.felipemontorojens.com.br/