Being widely recognized all over Brazil as a framework projects specialist, Mr. Felipe Montoro has committed relentlessly to see the projects underway come to completion. He happens to be one of the most suitable Brazilian who is well equipped to be part of the Public-Private Partnership (PPP) due to his knowledge and his education that aligns with the activities at PPP. Visit frenchtribune.com for more info.
Mr. Felipe earned his education at Getulio Vargas Foundation for his undergraduate degree and later joined Thunderbird School of Global Management for his graduate degree. Before joining PPP, he has worked on matters involving framework where he helped the government get a better way of eliminating waste but maintaining its profits and stable financially. He has used his experiences to enhance various business relationships and has transformed the lives of the people around him.
Having over 25 years hand-in experience in matters of international enterprises and his great academic qualifications, Felipe Montoro is part of PPP which is endorsed with a responsibility of constructing housing for the residents of Sao Paulo, Brazil. PPP is tasked with developing more than 33,000 brandy housing units which are basically a Metropolitan Housing. The housing project is projected to take 6 years and consequently expected to provide more than 100,000 job opportunities for the people of Sao Paulo. This happens to be the first project that will be financed by PPP which is the joy of Mr. Felipe.
With the initiation of this housing project, the city of Sao Paulo will have better roads, schools and everything that relates to the people. This is a great opportunity for the companies in the region to receive contracts to develop the town. The development begins internally spreading to the other parts. Mr. Jens and PPP are behind the whole project; his advice and coaching are ensuring that everything is well aligned.
The focus of PPP is to create crucial, trustworthy partnership in both private and public sectors with an aim of bringing them together to bring developments. Consequently, PPP is enhancing the creation of employment opportunities and basically enhancing economic growth. According to Mr. Felipe Montoro Jens, this Metropolitan Housing is the future that Brazil has been waiting for to regain its economic stability.