By Nathan M. Walters, Senior Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – Brazil's economic future will partly be shaped by a new generation of entrepreneurs looking to break the mold with innovation in a country not known for fostering new and small business ideas. One of the leaders of the new generation is Emerson Andrade, co-founder of the website Peixe Urbano (Urban Fish), who spoke recently with The Rio Times about success, the stigma of failure, and the importance of entrepreneurialism in Brazil.
Brazil's economic landscape has historically been dominated by the public sector (or quasi-public sector . . .