Manager of the industrial area of ​​automaker uses the strategy of career coaching and changes to multinational leader in the cocoa sector .

  
In 2018, the production of motor vehicles in the country should resume its growth in a gradual manner, however such growth should not be sustained by a strong resumption of the Brazilian domestic market, but by the growth of exports favored by the devaluation of the real.
This trend has already manifested in the last months of last year, according to data from Anfavea (National Association of Manufacturers of Automotive Vehicles) accumulated in November and December the result of light vehicle exports surprised the market analysts.

For the domestic market, projections for the expansion of the automobile sector in 2017 are rather timid, given the higher unemployment rate in the country, consumers are more cautious about acquiring cars through long-term financing given employment.

The light commercial category should show growth and an increase in the share of light vehicle sales, with a gradual resumption of the country's economic activity, reduction of interest rates and reestablishment of investor confidence, companies could increase their investments, raising the demand for light commercial vehicles and trucks.

The sweetest path to cocoa is the more active bet, predicting that New York futures should close the year at $ 2,620 per tonne, up from $ 2,448 per tonne.

Stressing the prospect of a second world production surplus by 2018, Rabobank highlighted the potential for increased demand for the product as sales of chocolate stabilize in Europe and the United States.

In addition, Rabobank also believes that sales of chocolate should be very attractive to the Asian market.

Marcio Pereira CEO of United HR, says that "directors, presidents and executives from sectors that are down in the economy and that have spent decades in the sector have become overqualify (term used for executives who stayed in the same sector or company a long time)" and need strategies to move to sectors that are high in macroeconomics.

Adilson Fukuda after 20 years of FORD's automotive sector as South America Construction & Facilities Engineering Manager, hired United HR to move to the job market and got the position in a Franco-Belgian multinational, Barry Callebaut and will be the new Project Manager.

The Franco-Belgian multinational Barry Callebaut is the largest chocolate maker in the world. The company maintains more than 50 production sites worldwide and employs more than 9,300 committed and diverse employees.

For CEO Latam of United HR Marcio Pereira, who is affiliated with the IOC McLean Hospital Coaching Institute - Harvard Medical School: "Professionals who have long worked in an industry that is struggling need to move to sectors that are on the rise. counseling for their relocation with the help of career development specialist and a thorough analysis of their skills and competence as well as the economy. "

"I have achieved a position in an excellent company and work environment, the position confers on my skills and expectations of horizontal and vertical movement, with possibilities for an international career," says Adilson Fukuda, who will take over Barry Callebaut's Project Management.

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