The Ireland Portugal Business Network is providing the platform for technological startups, established businesses, and evolving projects keep our members abreast of what is happening in the sector. To that end, the IPBN’s hosted the virtual 2021 Hiring and Investing in Portugal event in which we spoke to with three key players in the tech field and helped interested parties make sound investments in this hot market by arming them with the most up-to-date information on where the field is, how it is growing, and where it is likely heading.
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.
The IPBN talked to industry experts about what makes Portugal such a desirable place to expand tech teams and what sets the companies that have done so apart. We garnered enough food for thought to launch our own Tech News section, but here are the big takeaways.
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.
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.
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.
Perhaps under the radar to many, the tech scene in Óbidos is flourishing, thanks to measures put in place by the municipality to attract innovators and tech teams to move in and call the quaint “Queen’s city” home. In 2015, the city built what is now referred to as the &l
Thanks in large part to the pandemic and the normalization of working from home that sprung forth as a result: how employees work, the talent pool, and the technology market as a whole has changed dramatically over the last two years. IPBN member company Bridge In says there are c
The new laboratory will be the new home for project development in four main categories: Energy, Building, Mobility, and the Circular Economy & Environment, culminating in what the Hub calls a smart campus for large-scale testing of green initiatives within a real urban environment.
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