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Subject: Partner sought for art conservation firm

Partner sought for art conservation firm

From: Stephan Schaefer <schae<-at->
Date: Monday, May 25, 2009
Business Opportunity
Partner in art conservation firm sought:

Due to restructuring and seeking to grow, well established private
practice art conservation firm, specializing in the conservation and
restoration of contemporary and modern art, located in Sao Paulo,
Brazil is offering a business partnership. The candidate has to be
highly skilled and experienced, primarily in the conservation and
restoration of contemporary art with a strong CV and should be
considering to make an investment in order to acquire a share of the

Although not very well known abroad, Brazil, and more specifically
Sao Paulo has a very active and healthy art market and numerous
major art collections. The firm has a very high growth potential and
interesting market with only very few competitors. As opposed to the
competitive and saturated art conservation market in Europe and
North America, emerging countries like Brazil still offer excellent
business opportunities and will be much less effected by the
economic crisis in the long run.

The company and studio is currently located in one of the best
neighborhoods in the city of Sao Paulo with a broad clientele and
has an excellent nationwide as well as international reputation.
Though Sao Paulo does not have the best reputation in terms of
safety, actual problems are rarely encountered and the city is
definitely one the most exciting metropolis, apart from subtropical
climate and breathtaking beaches and tropical rain forest less than
1 hour drive from the city.

Interested candidates, please contact:

    Stephan Schafer
    Stephan Schafer Conservation and Restoration ltd.
    Managing Director
    Sao Paulo, Brazil

                  Conservation DistList Instance 23:2
                  Distributed: Thursday, May 28, 2009
                        Message Id: cdl-23-2-028
Received on Monday, 25 May, 2009

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