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We shared this link with many people, students and agents alike in Brazil. It helped us a lot in terms of sending our message across in a clear and consistent way. I also believe it gave us some clout, as we were featured as one of the top Polytechnics. Definitely good branding, and the most important feature being the editorial. In a recent survey, BBR client, Algonquin College saw a 70% increase in application from Brazil
We were new to the Brazilian market and partnered with BBR to jump-start our marketing efforts. We have been extremely pleased with the results. BBR has been excellent for our reputation in Brazil. We have seen an increase in traffic to our website, and recognition of our name and logo by students, agents, parents and schools. The team at BBR has been terrific to work with and we are very grateful for the wonderful partnership that we have built with them.
BBR is an excellent branding tool, our school benefitted through added exposure and allowed for a branding initiative to take place in Brazil… keep the reports coming from Canada.
We’ve received a number of student inquiries for the report. The report is simple, streamlined and contains good visuals throughout. BBR staff have been helpful and quick to reply whenever we’ve had questions.
“Thank you very much, you have no idea how happy I am. It’s great to know that there is someone out there that is willing to help me to know that my dream can become reality.”
We are new to recruiting in Brazil but it has already shown some response. [The] link has been shared with all of our recruiters for them to use in working with inquiries. Since initial contact, all interactions with BBR staff has been informative, efficient and pleasant. Everyone is clearly willing to be helpful and offers valuable suggestions on how best to proceed.
Thank you for inviting the Embassy of Brazil in Washington to participate in this report. It was a pleasure to work with you. The US Education Report for Brazil shows the exciting times of the academic cooperation between Brazil and the United States, and it promotes the Brazil Scientific Mobility Program in a comprehensive way.
The student inquiries that came in from prospective students and the “article” approach to promoting our school and the links for our school to a major strategic partnership program for us like Science without Borders.
Elizabeth has been producing international reports for the past nine years, reporting throughout Europe, Asia, North America and Australia. Previously, she worked in London, UK for Merrill Lynch Investment Managers and in Beijing, China in marketing. She holds a Certificate in International Business Practice from Cambridge University and a BA in Business Administration from Wake Forest University.
Her life goals include running a marathon on all seven continents (Antarctica is already checked off the list!) and mastering her Chinese language skills.
Michelle has lived and worked in 15 countries promoting world leading universities and businesses across Europe, Asia and North America. She holds a BA in International Business from Syracuse University and an unofficial MBA from working one on one with over 2,000 international C-Level executives.
Michelle has a passion for mentoring, yoga, travel, and studying Portuguese. She is currently based in New York City.
Bilingual in French and English, Karine has worked internationally with BBR for several years. Passionate about B2B, she currently coaches teams of undergraduate students from Concordia University, Canada who are participating in national business competitions in marketing.
Karine has volunteered in social and environmental initiatives in India, Australia, Canada, and France. Her favorite hobbies include scuba diving (preferably with sharks) and strolling through the streets of Paris with friends.
If one thing is true, Colette has a love for words. With a degree in Writing-Intensive English from Marquette University, Wisconsin, she has been working in education and arts nonprofits for the last 17 years. Grant writing, creative writing, travel writing, writing about international education – she says a hearty ‘yes’ to it all.
Colette currently lives in San Francisco where she also paints, teaches yoga, and plays ukulele with a side of egg shaker.
Gladys has been with BBR for over five years, working daily with clients around the world as our Senior Coordinator. Her expertise comes from over a decade of management and customer service experience.
In the hours when she isn’t taking care of clients at BBR, she is a very devoted mother and family member. A nurturer at heart, her next goal is to start her own herb garden.
A graduate of UCLA and the University of Cape Town, Lea is passionate about writing and travel and can often be found on adventures like birdwatching in Africa or taking trains across Europe. She loves to volunteer and has worked on projects ranging from nature conservation to supporting international soldiers in the Israeli Army.
Lea has lived in Berkeley, California, Cape Town, and Tel Aviv. She is always excited to learn new languages (including Portuguese), meet new people, and explore new corners of the world.
Claire has spent the last 10 years living and working in Barcelona, New York, Buenos Aires, San Francisco, Rio de Janeiro, Istanbul and Cape Town. Claire has a passion for new cultures, languages, and experiences which began at the University of North Carolina, where Claire studied abroad twice and volunteered to teach English as a second language.
In South Africa, Claire also taught business skills to township entrepreneurs with an organization called Business Bridge. In her free time, you can find Claire hiking, teaching yoga, or practicing Spanish.
Two of Katie’s greatest passions are education and writing, which makes contributing to the BBR Education Reports a perfect fit. She has been part of the BBR writing team since 2013, in addition to working as a freelance writer for other small businesses, nonprofits, and educational organizations. She holds a BA and MA from the University of Oregon and an LLM from the National University of Ireland.
When not traveling, her hobbies are wandering the wilderness in the Pacific Northwest and diving headfirst into piles of books. http://www.katiedwyer.co/
Megan has over fifteen years of experience in the investment industry, working with Barclays Global Investors and Charles Schwab’s Investment Strategy Team. She received her MBA from Northwestern’s Kellogg School of Management.
In her free time Megan makes time for volunteering with nonprofits, snowboarding, paddle boarding, and traveling with her family.
Sherill has over 10 years experience in project management and a degree in business management. A manager at BBR, Sherill is the fearless leader of our team of assistant coordinators.
In her free time she loves to sing (her dream job!). You can also easily find her hiking or spending time at the beach.