With so many business opportunities in Brazil, it’s a great decision to start a business there and grow it to more! Although it’s nice to think about the profits that will be generated from these great business opportunities, it all has to be started somewhere. Before hiring the workers and building the business, certain steps have to be taken.
First, businesses need to obtain a business visa. This can be obtained from having a family member that is a citizen there. If you or another member of the family do not have this, then it’s important to start investing in businesses that are in the country. Without these, you will not be able to obtain a visa to start business in the country.
Once you have the business visa from startup investments or through a family member, you will need to hire a Brazilian resident that is a certified citizen. With this, you will need to make them an administrator of your business (Just like a partner). This is required by law of Brazil, so it’s very important to pick the right person that has your business goals in mind.
From here, it’s a good idea to start learning Portuguese. It may not be mandatory, but it will really help you out with business negotiations and while traveling around the country. If you end up moving to Brazil, this is something that will help you meet new people and form important business relationships.
It’s not inexpensive to start a business, especially in another country. If you want cheap labor, you are going to have to find workers that are not skilled or educated to do the work for you. If this is the case, the quality of your service or product may suffer as a result.
Remember to look at the big picture when starting a business in Brazil. There is a lot to learn in the beginning and it will only continue as your business starts to grow. Although much work can be done online, you should expect that you will need to move to Brazil to complete all work that you need done at a better quality level.