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Celso Roberto de Aguillar Pinho

Celso Roberto de Aguillar Pinho

Georgia State University

Celso R.A. Pinho, a native of Brazil, is a doctoral student in marketing with a specialization in International Business and a Graduate Research Assistant at J. Mack Robinson College of Business of Georgia State University. His research focuses on how entrepreneurs from emerging countries use collaborative strategies to internationalize. Previously, he worked for the Brazilian Trade and Investment Promotion Agency, where he worked at the Qualification Export Program, supporting SMEs to organize their export activities. The agency holds several initiatives aiming to promote Brazilian exports abroad. With a Bachelor of Engineering from the Military Institute of Engineering, Brazilian Army. Additionally, he holds an MSc in Business Administration from the Graduate Business School of the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro. Celso has corporate experience of thirty-two years in the oil industry, comprising many leadership, top management, and executive positions.

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