How Brazil’s Collaborative Economy Built Resilience and a Better World
September 6, 2016
Brazil’s collaborative economy has sparked socially innovative business models built on commitment to resilience, sustainability and profitability. Monica Picavea shares examples and discusses the competitive advantage of social development.
Monica Picavea has experience working on inter-sectoral strategies for social development. As Superintendent of the Stickel Foundation she focused on development near the outskirts of São Paulo. She founded Oficina da Sustentabilidade, a B Certified Company working on environmental projects for companies. Monica studied Design for Sustainability by Gaia Education in Scotland. She holds a Marketing degree from the Catholic University of Business Administration, FAE, Paraná, and a Masters in Business from Baldwin Wallace in Ohio.