Cassio Audi is one of the most important business administrators in Brazil, having been assigned to many prominent roles in different companies, both international and national enterprises of name.
He graduated in 1994 from the Pontificia Universidade Catolica de São Paulo, which translates to Catholic University of São Paulo (PUC-SP). There, he was one of the best business & administration students of the University, and he quickly developed a liking for his studies and the subject he had chosen for his career path. He would become one of the best administrators of São Paulo.
Cassio Audi also received an MBA from another University of São Paulo, USP.
If you are not aware of the ranking of South America’s Universities, USP has been considered the best one in the continent for countless times, being praised for its educational course and the amount of content and opportunities that are provided to the students of the University.
Cassio Audi finished his studies ready to partake on his business administration journey, and he decided to begin with the corporation JP Morgan Chase, a banking group that originated in the United States and had a partition in Brazil.
Having entered the corporation in 1992, he stayed there for four years, until he decided to leave in 1996 to pursue another job in Dow Chemical. There, he was the Financial senior analyst, and would learn more about the financial aspect of administration that would add to his portfolio tremendously. Dow Chemical is also an American corporation, which meant that Cassio Audi had developed an impressive English pronunciation and understanding that would make Cassio bilingual.
After that role in Dow Chemical, Cassio Audi took the route to other businesses, starting in 1997. At that time, he became the Financial Director of the famous brand Gillette, a corporation that has global praise and influence. Being the newest financial director, all other companies in São Paulo wanted Cassio Audi to work with them, and the businessman was doing great.
Because of his fast growth and surprising results, he is still one of the most expensive administrators in Brazil.