Brazil/Australia Chamber of Commerce Vice President learns about UniSatc projects

Brazil/Australia Chamber of Commerce Vice President learns about UniSatc projects

Cricium’s Rodrigo De Luca has lived in Australia for 16 years and can strengthen ties between the institution and business overseas.

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Strengthen ties with Australia and hold potential for future partnerships. That was the purpose of this Friday morning (22) visit by Rodrigo De Luca, Vice President of the Brazil/Australia Chamber of Commerce to the SATC Technological Center. In addition to visiting the CT Satc facilities, Rodrigo spoke with the Dean of UniSatc, Carlos Antonio Ferreira, the Dean of Research and Innovation, Luciano Bilesimo, and the Head of the City of Knowledge, Gustavo De Lucca. On the agenda were UniSatc’s projects and studies in the area of ​​innovation.

“Australia has some similarities with Brazil and we can build relationships. Rodrigo is from the ground up and we want to strengthen the relationship. We have projects that can, of course, have ties with businesses there. Intention. It’s to show what we’re doing, we have the ability and try to take something from here to generate business from there”, the Unisat dean explained.

The vice president of the Brazil/Australia Chamber of Commerce, Rodrigo De Luca, is from Cricium but has lived in Australia for 16 years and is the CEO of gas sector company Algas. Surprise was impressive with new business ideas, despite already knowing Satc.

“It was a gratifying and very positive surprise. There are opportunities to explore, there is technology, so why not strengthen relationships? This networking is essential. I think there are opportunities and we can accomplish these projects”, D. Luca commented.

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