This is a question that gets asked a lot within the foreign community as financial stability usually claims the nr. 1 spot.
And to be honest, I’ve heard both success stories and fail stories, where a foreigner came and opened or started a café/restaurant from scratch.
The successful cases usually have one thing that stands them out from the rest: quality.
And here’s why:
The Brazilian government allows you to get an Investor Visa just by investing into the economy. This is a popular visa amongst career professionals but there are some important aspect of getting this visa that they won’t tell you about…
Here is where Sam Flowers comes into the picture, owner and operator of the Brazilian diner “Gringo Café”, he has gone through this process, employed several Brazilians and currently lives a picturesque Gringo life at Ipanema Beach in Rio de Janeiro.
You will want to take heed to his words as Sam tells his amazing story of how he got to Brazil, made it through the Investment Visa process and opened his business.