About BMJ



Technical Excellence.

That’s how we work. That’s how we relate to our customers. We are passionate about what we do and this passion helps us achieve the best results in the areas in which we work: Government Relations, International Trade, Strategic Communication, Tax Analysis and Regulatory Affairs.

Founded by the former Minister of Development, Industry and Foreign Trade, Miguel Jorge, and the former Secretary of Foreign Trade, Welber Barral, since 2011 the consultancy adds credibility to the relations between public entities and the private sector. Our headquarters are in Brasilia and we have offices in São Paulo and Belo Horizonte, in addition to our international partners who are always available to our customers.

We believe that multidisciplinarity enriches the work and expands the view on the topics of interest, increasing the chances of success. For this reason, we have professionals from different areas such as: Political Science, Economics, Law, Journalism, Public Relations, International Relations and Engineering. Specialists who, together, are able to analyze, translate and monitor the constant changes in our society.


Facilitate the performance of our customers in the national and international market through competitive and sustainable solutions.

Our Vision

To be internationally recognized as a standard of excellence in the provision of strategic consulting services in order to contribute to the development of the business environment in Brazil.

The BMJ Social program was born from the initiative of our consultants. It is an expression of the care we want to take with the future of our company, our community and our planet. The work takes place on the fronts of social assistance, environmental awareness and health promotion. And the way of working is very simple: voluntary. Our team periodically carries out several initiatives, including:

  • Participation in the Post Office Christmas Campaign.
  • Blood donation at the Brasília Blood Center.
  • Donation of school supplies.
  • Race group.
  • Expansion of the vegetable garden to produce our own vegetables.
  • Reduction in water consumption.