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6th Brazil Africa Forum: Paulo Gomes, from South East Asia-Africa Chamber of Commerce, confirms participation

The Chairman of the Advisory Board of South East Asia-Africa Chamber of Commerce, Paulo Gomes will be a speaker at the 6th Brazil Africa Forum: Youth Empowerment – transformation to achieve sustainable development, that will be held in Salvador in upcoming November.

Paulo Gomes is a global business leader, active environmentalist and a key political actor in Guinea Bissau. His constant search for how to reposition the country and help it become stable and prosperous is what led him to initiate the Bissau Economic Forum now in its second edition.

In addition to the acute knowledge of the politics and policies of Africa that he developed through his political engagement, support to several governments and as an Executive Director of the World Bank. Paulo Gomes has founded Paulo Gomes and Partners a strategic advisory and investment firm focused on a high level limited set and sectors of clients with advice and tailored made solutions.

Paulo Gomes has a strong network of alliances with private equity and sovereign funds as well as family offices. A founder of the South East Asia-Africa Chamber of Commerce and Chairman of the Advisory Board his business reach touched all continents and interests, Paulo is also a senior advisor to PIL Group.

Yet for Paulo, business cannot be at the expense of human development and the environment. Through his engagement with several organizations, including the Green Climate Fund, as a member of the Bio Guiné Foundation, and as a contributor to the African Green Revolution Forum, he has demonstrated global leadership on environmental protection.

In Guinea Bissau, he is joining rhetoric to practice by creating an experimental center that brings together island communities, national and foreign researchers around training and creating green jobs in the protected Bijagós islands.