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What It Takes to Be like Felipe Montoro Jens

One man who has kept his dreams alive is Felipe Montoro Jens. Felipe Montoro Jens is the current serving Chief Executive Officer of EnargiparCaptacao located in Santo Antonio. He also serves at Concessionaria do Centro Admnistrativo do districto Santo Antonio as its chairperson. His specialties being in infrastructure with an aim to utilize economic waste to generate revenue.

To kick-start his career journey, Felipe Montoro Jens joined Getulio Vargas Foundation as an elite student. He decided to undertake a degree in business in so far the best university in Brazil offering business courses.

He later joined Thunderbird School a constituent world-class college of Arizona States University. He was very ambitious and believed in filling the existed international gap. He is that individual that would do anything to see himself as an important part of a business entity. Find out more at to learn more.

He desired to provide financial solutions and strategies to not only individuals but also large business cooperates. This saw him lay low when he first joined the cooperate world.

After his graduation, Felipe Montoro Jens had set his mind to join the overly competitive cooperate world. He first began as an affiliate at Foz, Braskem and more. This is where he gained experience in water, energy development, and chemical development.

Felipe Montoro Jens Prides himself with a 25-year experience which he acquired mostly from Santo Antonio Energia. He also held prestigious positions at Pricewaterhouse Coopers, Enron and many more bringing his dream closer. It therefore never came as a surprise when he joined the international world. This is because these companies already had an international presence.

In 2015, Felipe Montoro Jens accepted his position to navigate between Europe and Asia where he was to raise capital and oversee investments. This was made possible by his experience to innovate and promote solutions that are cost effective.

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