Opinion, by Sam Flowers
RIO DE JANEIRO - What does it take to start a new business in Brazil? And what does it take to make that business succeed? I asked myself these questions for the first time about five years ago and then two years ago, I got serious about answering them.
I’ve made a lot of progress on answering the first one; I recently opened a new restaurant in Ipanema called Gringo Café and the process taught me a lot . . .