Having access to healthcare is certainly a fundamental human right, however, access to it (as in the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of illness, injury, disease, and other physical or mental impairments) varies wildly across countries, and even between municipalities within them.
Companies should go where the talent is, according to Henriques, and they need to know how to manage the setup in a predictable and scalable way. Portugal is the place to do it. That's how a tech business can set itself apart and keep its employees happy.
Hiring a team takes time, dedication, and know-how, and being a part of a working team takes innovation, trust, and professionalism. That might be the only thing that hasn’t changed about expanding business across borders, as now working physically alongside your colleagues isn’t an option, nor is jumping on a flight here and there to ensure the out-of-town office is running smoothly.
To bolster the information in the upcoming IPBN Investment and Hiring in Portugal Event on April 28 and 30, we reached out to Global Shares, a rapidly growing company, to see just what the hiring landscape is looking like, and how Portugal fits into it.
Thanks to Nuno Gonçalves from the PwC Portugal Advisory team, the (AGM) was able to cover the IPBN's last and current years with far more insight into what is to come in the private and public sectors.
In anticipation of his conversation with the IPBN on Friday, April 30 at 10h, we sat down with the mastermind behind BridgeIn for an in-depth look at hiring tech talent and his views on setting up shop in Portugal, both for himself and for the companies he assists to that avail.
Pre-Brexit, Deirdre McGettrick had hopes to move from London and buy a house in Dublin, but they were dashed once the final vote count was in. The irony is, that McGettrick credits Brexit for giving her the idea to set up Ufurnish.com, a site that she likens to booking.com but for home furnishings.
Ventura Design, Ireland’s leading interior design and bespoke furniture manufacturing company is delighted to announce their expansion into mainland Europe, with the opening of their exclusive showroom in Quinta do Lago's Amancil later this summer.
The UK’s market-leading search and comparison website for home furniture and furnishings, ufurnish.com, has seen meteoric growth during the pandemic, has closed £2.3m in funding, and has now appointed the Founder and CEO of Dalata Hotel Group as Chairman.
The five units of IPBN member Hoteis Heritage Lisboa have just received the Loved by Guests 2021 award in the Boutique Hotels category by the popular online travel site Hotels.com. This award is based on the number of reviews and high scores from customers who have stayed at the hotels.
Core Optimisation is an award-winning digital marketing agency which helps businesses grow online. They are a straight-talking and results-focused digital marketing agency who work with clients in Ireland, the UK and Europe. They have just opened their first office in Lisbon.
Learn about the current global economic impact on the wine sector in Ireland. Its Consumption, sources of imports, its distribution channels and the Industry trends and its opportunities for Portuguese wine producers and its challenges
The Strategic Vision 2020-2030 constitutes a document framing the options and priorities that should guide the recovery of the adverse economic effects caused by the current pandemic. It is from this document that the Recovery Plan will be designed, to be presented to the European Commission, with a view to using the available European funds. The document has been developed around 10 strategic axes.
NEW TOURISM MARKETS FOR NEW TIMES - PREPARING THE ALGARVE FOR A CIRCULAR ECONOMY IN THE 2020’S Medical tourism, Senior living, Wellness Tourism & Authentic travel Program Curated by Andrew Coutts, CEO ILM Tourism & Hospitality Real Estate Group Portugal and IPBN Algarve Committee member
Global Shares, Deloitte ‘FinTech Company of the Year 2017’ and Technology Fast 50 Company 2018, the leading global provider of equity compensation management software, today, April 5th 2019, celebrates the Grand Opening of its new Lisbon IT Hub and Service Delivery Centre.
After a busy first half of the year, the Board and the Algarve committee of the IPBN attended the last meetings before the summer break this week - they were immensely productive sessions where recent activities were reviewed and a plan for the next 9 months was agreed.
The Board of the IPBN are keen to ensure our members, many of whom run small businesses, do not feel isolated in the coming days, weeks and months. There is no question that this crisis is going to impact all of our businesses in some way and the need to have good quality information, a place to ask questions and to maintain connection to others, even if it is in virtual meetings is more important than ever.
If you are feeling somehow overwhelmed in the current situation, IPBN member Dr. Shane Farrelly, CEO & Medical Director at SomarMed, has put together for all our members a list of reports, articles that might be useful for you, your business and employees.
The Trade Agreement between #Mercosur countries and the EU represents a huge opportunity for companies on both sides of the Atlantic to do business in new countries. Portugal is particularly well situated to do business under this agreement because of a common language and easy access to Brazil.
Pre-paid vouchers are now available on My Guide Algarve for local businesses and services. Residents and visitors can support their local businesses now, redeeming “Buy Now. Enjoy Later” vouchers when businesses are open and travel is possible once more.
Last chance to register for our first "conversations series" with a leader. Friday Oct 18 at 1130 at The Magnolia Hotel. Aoife Healy, Chair of the IPBN & Sean Moriarty, CEO of Quinta do Lago will discuss and share the challenges of leading and managing a growing business.
The University as a space for the development of talent and ideas for the future has a fundamental role. The University will thus have to transform itself from a model that has been there as it is for centuries and resists change, according to Daniel Traça, Professor and Dean of Nova School of Business and Economics.
The IPBN was delighted to host a networking early in the evening between EI clients and Portuguese and Irish members, giving the EI clients an opportunity to meet some of the members who can help them on the journey to availing of the opportunities the Portuguese market presents.
The Facilities Management department of AGREEN, in collaboration with different entities, offers a building disinfection service for Office spaces, Warehouses, Commercial Spaces, Workshops and Facilities in general for Hygiene and Deep cleaning.
The opportunity for you to participate in variety of different events that help you to meet the people running businesses in the Portuguese or Irish markets, allowing you to promote your business and connect with other businesses to find opportunities to work or develop ideas.