Brazil-Texas Chamber of Commerce
Brazil-Texas Chamber of Commerce is devoted to fostering business and friendship among American and Brazilian companies.

This is accomplished by providing access to business leaders, reliable business partners, opinion makers and networking opportunities.

BRATECC keeps you informed about current events and prepared to seize new opportunities and increase your competitive edge.

10700 Richmond Ave.
Suite 315
Houston, TX 77042
From Brazil: 55 (11) 3131-6188

Clay County Chamber of Commerce
Clay County is revered for its history and is an ideal location for business and family. Our diverse economy forms a strong business and employment base which includes manufacturing, distribution, agriculture, education, healthcare and the retail sectors. The natural environment has always played a key role in Clay County's identity, whether it is the lazy Eel River, numerous fishing ponds, gorgeous woodland, convenient access to I70, State Roads 42, 59, and 46 or the rich farmlands. The people of Clay County invite you to enjoy all that we have to offer and it is our hope you enjoy your stay.

To serve as a resource for business, citizens, and visitors, while promoting and fostering economic growth and improving the quality of life in Clay County, Indiana.

Shondra Barrett, Executive Director

535 E National Ave,
Brazil, In 47834
Phone: 812-448-8457
Fax: 812-448-9957

Brazil-Canada Chamber of Commerce
Established in 1973, the Brazil-Canada Chamber of Commerce (BCCC) is a business association with the primary objective of fostering stronger commercial relations between Canada and Brazil.

Headquartered in Toronto with Chapters in Montreal, Winnipeg, Calgary, and Vancouver, the BCCC plays a vital role in linking players from private and government sectors who work together to strengthen bilateral trade and investments opportunities between Canada and Brazil.

The BCCC facilitates dialogue between commercial interests in governmental organizations and identifies key aspects to expand trade relationships between the two countries. As a forum that involves senior business and diplomatic corps with interest in Brazil and Canada, the BCCC keeps companies and individual informed about the latest political and economic developments in Brazil.

A wide variety of business sectors are represented by the BCCC. Members include Brazilian and Canadian companies and individuals with interests in Canada as well as representatives of Canadian government agencies.

401 Bay Street,
Suite 1640
Toronto, ON