Brazil is the largest country in the South American and Latin American region and is also the fifth largest country by geographical area as well as in population. Its boundaries are 7491 km long and it is considered to be a globally emerging powerhouse.
It is part of the BRIC nations - Brazil, Russia, India and China that are supposed to new moving forces of the global economy in the twenty-first century. Sau Paulo is the biggest city in Brazil and this country has produced one of the best footballs playing team in the world.
1. A Guide to Brazil in 2014
Brazil is going to have the great football event in the year 2014 which will become a perfect football holiday for all the football lovers all over the world. Brazil has won five world cup titles and is the only country that has played in every tournament. Brazil will have a total of twelve stadiums and the other twelve would be updated. After buying the tickets the viewers will know which place they need to be for watching their booked match. There are maps that will show which place one will have to be for watching the match.
2. Brazil: The Rhythm Of The Connectivity
The population of Brazil is 193,946,886 and the total area of the country is 8,515,767 square kilometres. Mobile phone subscription in the country is 244,357,507 and fixed internet subscription in the country is 20,992,424. Smartphone users of android in Brazil are 33%, where as symbian users are 27% and Blackberry users are 20%.
3. FIFA World Cup In Brazil
The world cup is one of the pinnacle events for all the football lovers and it is held after every four years. The best foot balling nations come together and fight in a battle to won the title of the best team. In the year 2014 the World football cup would be held for the 20th time and it is going to be hosted by Brazil. The last FIFA world cup was the most watched football event which was watched by more than 715 million people.
4. Brazil 2013 Exhibitions Calendar
There are multiple events that are conducted in Brazil each year. Inprodmash was conducted from 10th September 2012 to 12th September 2012. World wide web conference was held in Brazil from 13th May 2013 till 17th May 2013.
5. 2011 Brazil
The total number of gamers in Brazil in the year 2011 was 35,000,000. The total population of Brazil is 195,000,000. Active internet population in Brazil which is aged between 10 years to 65 years is 46,000,000. Out of all the active gamers in Brazil 44% spend money on the games.
6. Brazil Shows Strongest Facebook User Growth In Caribbean And Latin America
On the Facebook there are lot of games available in Brazil. The potential of Facebook is increasing and in some of the Latin American countries it has been observing total of 50% growth. In the June 2011 the total population of Facebook users in that region was 116 Million that grew up to 168 million by June 2012.
7. Social Network Gaming In Brazil
On a global scale the trend of playing games on social networking websites are on the rising trends and the countries like Brazil are fuelling up the entire gaming industry by their increasing user base. As compare to US in Brazil more number of women are involved in gaming. The percentage of women playing games in Brazil is 51% where as in US the numbers are just 44%.
8. Economic Party Time In Brazil
The economy of Brazil is growing leaps and bounds and it has become one of the most up-to-date and fastest growing countries in the world. They are also set to host the summer Olympic and world cup in next couple of years.
9. Celebrating 10 Million Members In Brazil
Brazil has more than 10 million LinkedIn members and the top 3 regions across the Brazil that has highest number of LinkedIn members are Belo Horizonte, Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo.
10. Brazil’s Facebook Penetration
In Brazil by the April 2011 there were 17,920,000 people on Facebook. Total population penetration of Facebook in Brazil is 8.52% and the total online penetration of Facebook is 22.57%. Brazil has witnessed a tremendous growth in the numbers of Facebook users in last couple of years. Maximum number of users making use of Facebook in Brazil is aged between 18-24 years and the percentage is 31%.
11.Olympic Futures: Brazil
The advantages of hosting Olympics for any country is that it attracts tourism, offers employment, focus the attention from the entire world, boost up the local business and enhance the sporting facilities. There are many disadvantages of hosting a game in any particular country and some of the major drawbacks are it creates an additional burden on the tax payers, the money invested on these events could be invested somewhere else, it mostly benefits Rio, many facilities are left unused and it demands large security levels for the entire country. In a survey 71% people believed that an Olympic will bring out a feeling of excitement in them, for 61% people Olympic is the matter of pride and 59% people think that Olympic brings a lot of joy for them.
12. Business Cloud Market In Brazil
With the increasing economy in Brazil the IT sector is also booming. Brazil is all ready for next generation IT cloud solution and the projected revenue value of Brazil cloud market by the year 2015 is expected to be US $ 798 MM.
13. What’s Best For Brazil?
Some people have been appreciating Brazil’s huge economic growth where as some suspect that such a sudden growth is unsustainable. More natural and modest growth of Brazil is expected this year by the leaders of Brazil. But there are many other people who think that slowing down the economic development of the country is also not the correct move. Many people think that lending that has expanded the economy of the country might lead it to the doom.
14. Poverty And Inequality In Brazil
Without the extreme poverty plan Brazil was able to offer the very basic services to its people staying in Rural and Urban areas. Then after 10 years of Bolsa familia which is basically a cash transfer programme which has benefited almost 13,800,000 families by the April 2013. A total growth of US$ 1.78 GDP is seen by the investment of every single dollar.
15. Brain Storming In Sao Paulo
Women forum of Brazil had 1500 mentions out of which there were 550 participants, 69 speakers, 21 nationalities, 240 organisations attending, 53 journalists and 34 partners. The entire event was followed by 4400 facebook fans and 5435 twitter followers.