The City's Book Cajamar edition was launched this morning in a ceremony in the Cajamar City Hall. The event was attended by Mayor Paula Ribas, Deputy Dalete Oliveira, Eurico Missé City Councillor Representative, Pedro Mori representing the Deputy Governor of the State Marcio França, Maná Group Director Victor Falcão and City Councilors, representatives of the companies sponsoring the project and other authorities.
The event had the opening with an amazing presentation of the choreography "Perolas" of the Ballet of the Cultural Workshop of Cajamar under the guidance of the teacher Maíra Correa.
The publication, published in two languages - Portuguese and English - is aimed at the government and business segments and aims to increase the visibility of the city by marketing the city's actions and enabling the generation of partnerships, investments and development with new companies and industries.
"This work is very important with reports that speak of the structure of the city for investors, also showing public policies and administrative practices that contribute to the development and good business environment," said Mayor Paula Ribas in her speech.
"The intention is that the magazine is a tool that shows the municipality beyond its region, attracting investments and new partnerships. We already had good results in the other cities where we did the magazine and, sure enough, the same will happen with Cajamar, "said Victor Falcão.
Also, the Chief of Staff José Angelotti and the Municipal Directors of Cajamar City Hall. Participated in the composition of the ceremony table Victor Corrales - President of SKF Brazil, Ricardo de Santos Freitas - President of SEMP TCL, Milton Barbosa - President of IMOBAN.
The magazine had no cost to the public coffers and was developed by Maná Group with the sponsors from: Aptar, CHT Brazil Química, CRX Logística e Manuseio, GLP Cajamar, Gonçalves Industria Gráfica, Grupo MCASSAB, HINES, Imoban Empreendimentos e Construções, Libercon Engenharia , Mastercool do Brasil, Metalgráfica Rojek Ltda, Natura, Natural Foods, Pillar Empreendimentos, Prelúdio Turismo, Prologis CCP, Quintal Restaurante, Reachlocal, Saraiva, SEMP TCL, SKF Brazil, SUEZ Degremont Water Treatment, Commercial Taageero and Zezinho Automóveis.
Original text: Cajamar SP City Hall - 2017