EXAME promotes an event on the challenges of urban infrastructure


EXAME presents, on November 9, the event Forum EXAME Infrastructure, Cities and Investments. From 8:50 am to 6:00 pm, on the EXAME channel on YouTube, ten debate panels will be broadcast with big names in the public and private sector, who dominate the subject of urban infrastructure in Brazil.

Aimed at public managers who deal daily with the development of cities, private sector investors, entrepreneurs and citizens who are interested in knowing more about the development and infrastructure of municipalities, the event represents an opportunity for those who want to identify investment opportunities in Brazil .

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In addition, it’s a good chance to understand more about solutions related to the following infrastructure and cities topics:

  • Sanitation;
  • Mobility;
  • Transport;
  • Logistics.

EXAME will still carry out, as usual, the Ranking of the Best Cities for Business. For this, the company has a partnership with Urban Systems, a company that prepares city studies aimed at guiding the business expansion strategy.

A Urban Systems assesses the demand profile of cities and maps the competing offer, arriving at a diagnosis of the support infrastructure necessary for local success.

“The studies of cities prepared by Urban Systems consider the expanded dimension of the business perspective, elevating the municipality as the protagonist of economic development and identifying opportunities, among the various segments analyzed, with the potential to induce and expand the economic development of cities” , informs the company.

The Ranking of the Best Cities for Business has been published annually by EXAME since 2014. Last year, indicators were created that considered, in the creation of the ranking, the impact of the covid-19 pandemic, such as the total number of infected people and the lethality rate , in addition to questions relating to the effects of the pandemic on the economy. In 2020, data from all 326 municipalities with more than 100,000 inhabitants in the country were analyzed.

This year, the six pillars considered for evaluating the best cities, with more than 100,000 inhabitants, to do business will be:

  • services;
  • properties;
  • business;
  • industry;
  • agribusiness;
  • education.

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