Based in Abu Dhabi, Brazilian Gate aims to open the doors of the Arab market for Brazilian companies.
The company specializes in representing brands in the food, beverage, and cosmetics sectors interested in exporting their products to the lucrative Arab market.
Sao Paulo –Specializing in promoting the internationalization of Brazilian products and services, Brazilian Gate hosted an event today in São Paulo to showcase their work to entrepreneurs in the food, beverage, and cosmetics sectors interested in taking their brands to the Arab market.
Brazilian Gate is a Brazilian company, it is based in Abu Dhabi, the capital of the United Arab Emirates. It has specialists in Brazilian business and product representations who are qualified to open markets in Arab countries.
This work includes market and target audience analysis, trend monitoring, compliance with current regulations, the establishment of strategic partnerships to facilitate negotiations, as well as logistical support and marketing consultancy.
Customer satisfaction is another goal of the company when clients entrust Brazilian Gate with the task of expanding their business horizons.
Brazilian Gate Services
Brazilian Gate will provide a range of services to its clients, including:
- Market research and analysis to help companies understand the needs and preferences of Arab consumers
- Product and service adaptation to meet the specific requirements of the Arab market
- Assistance with marketing and sales in the Arab world
- Connections to local buyers and partners
The strength of the Arab market – According to data released by the Market Intelligence department of the Arab-Brazilian Chamber of Commerce, in 2022, Brazilian exports to the Arab League – composed of 22 Arab countries in the Middle East and North Africa – reached a record number: US$ 17.74 billion, a 23.06% increase over the previous year and the best result in the historical series that began in 1989..
The prevalence of exported products came from the agribusiness sector, which accounted for 70.87% of the revenues generated throughout the year, totaling $12.57 billion – a 40.74% increase compared to 2021.
The list of products was led by sugar, followed by poultry derivatives, iron ore, corn, soy, and beef derivatives. The main destinations were the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Algeria, Bahrain, Morocco, Oman, and Qatar.