Vanessa Parreira 

 

Vanessa Parreira, brazilian, advertising professional, worked in several advertising and communication agencies, such as Ronson, Unlike, Fischer America group, amongst others. Bachelor in Social Communications from PUC-RJ, has a post-graduate degree in Marketing & Business from PUC-RJ, specialization degree in Marketing from New York University (NYU-U.S.A), specialization in BVLA – Building Ventures in Latin America, from Harvard University (U.S.A) and Executive MBA from Coppead-RJ. Worked as Marketing Manager in companies from diverse fields and sizes – food, health, communications, iron and steel industry, others. Worked in Metrostars Soccer Club, in New York City, in corporate marketing. Was Rexan Beverage Can executive, where was responsible for corporate communication and internal communications. In 2005, with two more parterns, founded her own company FSV – Football Sports Ventures S/A, a sports marketing company where, amongst other businesses, created and produced Footecon – Football International Forum, the greatest soccer event in America. Worked in 2014 Brazil World Cup, for Match/Top Services Group, as Key account manager for corporate clients.

Carlos Alberto Parreira 

 

CCarlos Alberto Parreira, Brazilian, is a professional soccer coach. Holds the world record as the professional soccer coach with most participations in World Cups, the only coach that trained six National Teams in World Cups. Participated in 4 WC’s training International National Teams – Kuwait in 1982, United Arab Emirates in 1990, Saudi Arabia in 1998 and South Africa in 2010; and participated in 2 World Cups with Brazilian National Team – in 1994 when he won the WC Title for Brazil, and in 2006.Is a member of FIFA Technical Committee since 1971. In his professional career, trained teams from Brazil – São Cristóvão F.C, Vasco da Gama, Fluminense, São Paulo F.C, Atlético Mineiro, Santos F.C, Bragantino F.C, Sport Club International and Corinthians , and foreign teams such as Valência F.C (Spain), Fenerbache (Turkey), NY Metrostars (U.S.A). Amongst the main titles, stand out: Winner of the Asia Cup National Team with Kuwait, in 1980 ; Brazilian National Champion with Fluminense F.C in 1984; Winner of the Gulf Cup with Kuwait, in 1982; Winner of the Asian Cup with Saudi Arabia in 1988 ; World Champion of FIFA World Cup with Brazilian National Team in 1994; Turkish National Champion with Fenerbache in 95/96; Brazilian National Champion with Fluminense in C Series, in 1999 ; Champion of Confederations Cup with Brazilian National Team, in 2005, amongst others.