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Sincep Brazil
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Sincep Brazil

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  • 1. Brazil<br />2010<br />
  • 2. BRAZIL<br /><ul><li>Developing country
  • 3. 8.514.876,599 km2
  • 4. 27 states
  • 5. 5564 cities
  • 6. 190 000 000 people
  • 7. 75% ofthepopulation is </li></ul>catholic<br /><ul><li> GNP aprox 2 trilliondollars</li></li></ul><li>
  • 8. SINCEP<br /><ul><li>Cremationsis a newculture
  • 9. 98% burialvs 2% cremation
  • 10. 35 crematoriumsonlyone is governmentowened
  • 11. Averagecost for funeral service: USD 1,000
  • 12. Averagecost for cremation: USD 1,500
  • 13. Averagecost for burial: USD 3,000</li></ul>CemeteriesandCremationAssociation<br />10 years as a NationalAssociation<br />75 companies are associated<br />Mostofthe enterprises are familyowned<br />Funeral Industryearns USD 3,5 Bi/year<br />No formal educationneeded, just for embalmers<br />Sincep has a trainningcenter<br />
  • 14. SÃO PAULO<br /><ul><li>Mostcosmopolitan city ofthe country
  • 15. 11.000.000 people
  • 16. Mostofthemultinationalcompanies are located in São Paulo
  • 17. São Paulo hasreceivedimmigrantsfromthewhole world to solve a problemofemploymentshortagetherefore it is thebiggestitalian city ofthe world, alsothebiggestjapanese city out ofJapan, thethirdLibanese city out ofLebanon, thebiggestportuguese city out of Portugal andthebiggestspanish city out ofSpain MULTICULTURAL CITY
  • 18. Brazil has the fastest growing fleet of helicopters and São Paulo has the third largest helicopters traffic in the world</li></li></ul><li>
  • 19. PRIMAVERAS<br />OVERVIEW<br />38 years<br />2 Cemeteries<br />1 Crematorium<br />3 Funeral Homes<br />2 Preneed Companies<br />AfterCare<br />
  • 20. PRIMAVERAS<br />CEMETERY<br />2 LawnCemeteries<br />40 000 m²each<br />4 funeral rooms<br />90 burials/month<br />40.000 buried<br />Capacity for 20.000 vaults<br />Onthe “AllSoul’s Day” weusuallyhave 30 000 visitors<br />Flower shop andconveniencestore<br />
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  • 23. PRIMAVERAS<br />CREMATORIUM<br />6 years<br />25 cremations/month<br />1.000 cremated<br />Mostplayedsong: Amigos Para Siempre<br />Cremationcost: USD 1,000<br />Cerimonies 24hs a day<br />Onlinetransmissionthroughthe web<br />
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  • 26. PRIMAVERAS<br />FUNERAL HOME<br />20 years<br />60 services/month<br />6 hearses<br />Averagecost: USD 1,500<br />
  • 27. BOSQUE DA ESPERANÇA<br />BOSQUE DA ESPERANÇA<br />22 years<br />500 000 m²<br />8 funeral rooms<br />250 burials/month<br />25 000 beried<br />Capacity for <br /> 120 000 vaults<br />Onthe<br /> “AllSoul’s Day”<br />theyusually<br />have 35 000 visitors<br />
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  • 29. PARQUE RENASCER<br />PARQUE RENASCER<br />CemeteryandCrematorium<br /><ul><li>10 years
  • 30. 182 000 m²
  • 31. 4 funeral rooms
  • 32. 150 burials/month
  • 33. 3500 beried</li></li></ul><li><ul><li>Capacity for 45 000 vaults
  • 34. Onthe “AllSoul’s Day” theyusuallyhave</li></ul> 12 000 visitors<br />
  • 35. Crematorium<br />60 cremations/month<br />6000 cremated<br />
  • 36. FUNERAL HOME OVERVIEW<br />
  • 37. EXPECTATIONS<br />
  • 38. TRAINNING PROGRAM<br />

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