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Given this, a positive factor for the insurance market is the prospect of insurance playing a more relevant role and being one of the main responsible for contributing to the country to reach a new socioeconomic scale. Within this theme, our Ambassador Sergio Duque Estrada will show the advances of the silver economy in Brazil and its positive impacts as income generators and solutions in logistics through startups and investments that optimize the national scenario.
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Embaixador e CEO
Sergio is partner of Valormax, an M&A and Reestructuring boutique in São Paulo, Brazil and as of November 2017 has been Aging2.0 São Paulo Chapter's Ambassador.
He is a speaker, researcher and curious about the subtle details of the 60+ relationship with brands, products and services. Write articles for magazines and specialized websites. He is a columnist and has a blog on the World Marketing Portal, Tomorrow magazine, writes articles for the Longevity Mongeral Eagon Institute, Aging Portal, MaturiJobs Community, DRAFT Project, Sixty or More Portal, Envelhecer de Portugal Magazine. He has conducted the 60+ National Survey and the Internet that takes a dive into new behaviors, opportunities, relationship challenges and selling through the WEB. He is the author of the Aging in Market concept that guides actions and visions to bring 60+ brands, products and services closer to consumers. Member of the Qualification Committee of Commerce, Tourism and Services of Progrema Cidade para Todos Ages of Veranópolis / RS
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