Essentially focused on fostering diverse partnerships, the IDG (Institute for Development and Management) positions itself as an ally for individuals, companies and institutions that are interested in embarking on social, cultural and environmental impact projects, and therefore require tailored expertise to design, implement and fundraise in the Brazilian context, including assistance with mapping and monitoring the specific legal and management frameworks required for adhering to local tax incentive laws.

IDG’s portfolio currently includes managing the Museum of Tomorrow, the Paço do Frevo (Recife), the Atlantic Forest Fund, the revitalization process of the Valongo Wharf Archeological Site and the implementation of the Rio Holocaust Memorial. For all these projects, IDG has the support of sponsors such as Santander, Shell, Engie, IBM, Grupo Globo, Americanas and State Grid Brazil, among others. 

Support for cultural venues managed by IDG can be arranged through public investments and tax incentive law packages, private sponsorship and individual donations, in shared responsibility plans.

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