Start Date:4:00pm, 21st November 2019
End Date:6:00pm, 21st November 2019
Location:Museum of Communications, Rua do Instituto Industrial 16, , Lisbon, 1200-225 ,
The Ireland Portugal Business Network (IPBN) was delighted to host its second edition of our "Members meet Members" networking event on Thursday 21st of November at the Museum of Communications in downtown Lisbon.
We would like to thank all our nine members who presented their business and all the delegates who participated and made this event another success in terms of networking and opening business opportunities. There was a lot of great energy in the room and all the presenters made a great job of introducing their business to an audience of business leaders, their success stories and challenges & opportunities for the years to come.
Members who presented:
Pedro Barata, Agreen
Ricardo Cardoso, Agriw
Helder Palhas, Aspire Technolgy
Brian Shanahan, Informita
Rui Lemos, Portuguese Connection
Miguel Antunes, RedLight
John Hogan, Zen SUP
Richard Hickson, Apricot
Luis F. Amaro, Luis Amaro Consulting.
We were delighted to partner in this occasion with the association VilacomVida, a non-profit organisation founded in 2016 whose mission is to promote social inclusion, being a platform of transition between the 12th grade and the beginning of professional life to young adults with cognitive impairments, such as down syndrome, autism and other kind of cognitive impairment which leads to a special treatment in school.
And of course, we would like to thank again Brian from Informita whose support made this event possible. Informita was formed to act as an advisor to improve working capital and procurement, focusing on Analytics, Implementation and Advisory. Informita is there to support your working capital and procurement programmes from cradle to grave in a cost efficient and effective manner.
This edition was again such a success that this type of event will be organised regularly. We know how important and useful it is for members to meet new or existing members to exchange ideas, create business relationship and partnership which will eventually translate into more business.
The IPBN is supported by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade of Ireland under the ESP Grant programme.