WE MEDIATE POTENTIAL CULTURAL GAPS AS A BASIS
FOR A STRONG FUTURE PARTNERSHIP.
Marco is a Brazilian Lawyer with 10 years international experience. Just after qualifying Marco left Brazil in 1999 and went to United Kingdom choosing London as a base where he lived until 2009. During those 10 years of exposure of the international market, Marco worked for few Private Equity Funds and run a portfolio of over £10M. At the second half of his international experience he had worked in a local London Law Firm, mainly dealing with financial matters His solid network base spread to over countries on five Continents and his languages skills allows him to communicate in English, French, Portuguese and Spanish. Since returning to Brazil in 2009, he is practicing Law focusing in the expatriate community and in issues related to M&A and taxation (domestic and international) and currently has his own Law Firm. Marco holds specialization in M&A (Mergers and Acquisitions) from IICS – Instituto Internacional de Ciências Sociais – and Vanderbilt University – Nashville, Tennessee – USA.
Markus is a German investor and entrepreneur with over twenty-five years of international industry and market experience. Markus has lived and worked extensively in Europe, the USA, Brazil and Asia, and is now focused on the Chilean market. Prior to founding MGMS, Markus worked for over twenty years in the life science technology industry with leading manufacturers like Thermo Fisher Scientific and Fisons Instruments. In various leadership positions he led strategic transitions through market differentiated product innovations resulting in significant value generation, growth and market leadership. In 2011, Markus was named Vice President and General Manager of Thermo Fisher Scientific Brazil and South America to establish the company as a leader in this fast-growing market. Since leaving Thermo Fisher in 2013, Markus has moved to Chile to focus on the dynamic, explosive growth of the Chilean high-tech start-up sector. Markus holds a Bachelor’s in chemical engineering & processing from the University of Cologne, Germany.