AMDEV has extensive experience helping companies evaluate, develop and execute expansion strategies in the region. We have helped dozens of companies in a variety of industries including; Telecommunications, Media, Technology, Education, Hospitality and more.

We offer objective and comprehensive insights that empower our Clients to properly evaluate the challenges and opportunities to achieve their aspirations in the region.

Bryan Sorge


Bryan Sorge has over 25 years of experience in the Telecom, Media, Technologies (TMT), Education and Hospitality industries. He co-founded Blue Interactive Group Ltda., a Brazilian cable and broadband service provider serving 300,000 RGU’s that was sold in 2016 to Claro, a division of America Movil. Prior to that, he was a partner and director for Latin America with Daniels & Associates L.P., a boutique TMT investment bank, now part of Royal Bank of Canada.

He has extensive experience in corporate and business development, mergers and acquisitions, capital raising and go-to-market strategy development for service providers, hardware and software companies.

Bryan speaks fluent Spanish and Portuguese, earned his bachelor’s degree from DePauw University and his Master of International Business from the Thunderbird School of Global Management.

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Carlos André S. L. de Albuquerque


Carlos was a co-founder and COO of one of the first subscription and broadband wireless companies in Brazil. During his tenure the company expanded to 13 major cities and more than 120,000 subscribers. Further, the company successfully completed an IPO on the Nasdaq, raising US$ 170 MM.

Carlos also served as COO of On Telecom a Brazilian fiber and fixed wireless service provider backed by the Soros Fund. Carlos has also advised companies in a variety of industries such as; Telecom, Technology, Health Care, Petrochemicals and others. with strategy development, mergers and acquisitions, business and financial restructuring. Carlos, has served in various leadership roles with industry associations such as ABTA and NEOTV, and helped lead discussions with ANATEL, Brazil’s National Telecom Regulatory Agency in modernizing the sector.

Carlos obtained a BS in Physics and Mathematics and a MBA from the Fundação Getúlio Vargas.(FGV) He is fluent in Portuguese, and English and proficient in Spanish.