Updated 12/8/2017: Felipe Montoro Jens was interviewed about the importance of private and public business partnerships. Definitely worth viewing for some insight into Felipe’s idea of how Brazil can continue their incredible economic recovery. Find the interview below:
It takes something special to be a prominent businessman in the modern world. With the hindering factors in mind, including the stiff competition in the market, business people have opted to strategize on how to come out on top of the tussle. Variables like skills, interests, experience, and on-field expertise play a great role towards the achievements.
With the announcement by the Brazilian government to make concessions on water and basic sanitation, various parties had their views on the decision. Felipe Montoro Jens, a specialist in infrastructure projects, and had his opinion too. He foremost expresses his belief that the current services will improve both structurally and managerial. He also adds that waste level would naturally go down with the actualization of the project.
Felipe Montoro Jens states that the introduction of the private sector in this initiative supplements the services of the public sector rather than suppressing it. He explains that the two managements can mutually work together for better service delivery. The initiative is set to introduce customized action plans based on studies carried out in all locations.
Felipe Montoro Jens pointed out that water loss is the primary cause of financial losses in the public sector due to the excessive wastage. It has, in turn, led to impossibilities in the provision of water and sanitation services. Private companies are endowed with more resources. As a result, they can afford advanced technologies that are crucial for water management in the state with the view of improving investments in the sewage network. He also adds that the presence of these organizations is an added advantage to the financial situation of the public sector and the Brazilian economy at large.
Felipe Montoro is a Brazilian citizen and has an education background in Business Administration. His career interests cut across technology, water and sewage, petroleum, real estates, and infrastructure. Moreover, he has also specialized in consultancy, project development, auditing, and structure finance.