This week on the Roundup: tech solutions, wine-related activities, informative discussions, new blog posts, problem-based learning, the Portuguese real estate market, upcoming incubations, exciting events, praise-worthy developments, tips on business growth, and more!
IPBN member Upwords posted solutions for Industry: "We ensure that your results are not compromised, by calling on over 15 years of experience in translating for companies in the sector, such as processing, food, chemical, moulds and textile industries, among others."
IPBN member Quinta dos Vales said that, "Throughout the month, we have most of our weekends booked with several events and wine-related activities. One of the most popular is our Bottle Blending Workshop where you get to create your favourite and bespoke wine blend, label, cork and seal the bottle yourself and take it home on the very day. Feel like blending?! Just contact us!"
IPBN member Saltwater Consulting invites you to join Allan and Richard on Tuesday 6th Sept for an informative discussion on using OKRs to scale well.
IPBN partner Universidade Europeia shared a post about the Master's degree in Tourism Management. "It allows the acquisition of practical experience in the area, through the realization of Problem-Based Learning activities in laboratories and with renowned tourism companies." Learn more here and join us at the IPBN Tourism Conference Sep 29. You can register here.
IPBN member Luis da Silva from Senior Living Villages shared the second of three articles about the changing face of the Portuguese real estate market. This article focuses mainly on the changing profile of those who are seeking Portugal as their destination for a new life, or an investment, with a particular emphasis on the growth of the American market.
IPBN partner StartUp Lisboa shared information about the startups incubated at Startup Lisboa. They raised 34.5 million euros of capital in the year's first half. "The amount represents more than double the average of 34 million per year (or 17 million per semester) and is advanced to Negócios by the entity that marked a decade of existence in February".
And don’t miss our event special Tech in the Algarve. Check out the program here where you can register for free.
IPBN member Joana Gloria from Lagos Digital Nomads says that the new season of Digital Nomads in Lagos is coming, and we are receiving lots of requests for accommodation per day! If you have an apartment that you want to rent from Nomadas Digitais, register your home here.
And if you are in the region, we suggest you join Joana's Meet-up group for weekly meetings. Find out all about it here And learn here more about the Lagos Nomads September activities in the September newsletter
IPBN member Göran Engberg shared "How To Get Rid of Growth Pain in 5 Simple Steps." Find out here.
IPBN member Caroline McKenna-Cooper from the BCFE introduced Paul Shannon, a Journalism student in BCFE who went in an Erasmus + funded mobility internship to Portugal at IPBN member the Portugal News. "Massive thanks are due to the Ireland Portugal Business network and Daisy Sampson, editor of the Portugal News!"
IPBN member Brian Shanahan celebrated 10 years of Informita! "Thank you to all our supporters. And stay alert for a forthcoming new IPBN Podcast. To be recorded and published very soon."
IPBN member KRA Renewables is delighted to share the news that #TreesOnTheLand is opening its applications for trees for the Winter 2022-2023 planting project.
IPBN member Overcast HQ announced that their founder, Philippe Brodeur, who will be representing Overcast HQ at #ibc2022 in Amsterdam. Book a meeting with our experts to explore our full stack cloud video management solutions and how we are simplifying and automating content management.
IPBN member Pink Room says, "curiosity is in our company's DNA. Check our first experience developing a Web3 app with React Native in our latest blog post here!"
IPBN member Carlos Justino shared five reasons why switching to cloud-based services is the best decision you will ever make as an organization moving forward,
IPBN partner Hub Criativo do Beato would like to invite you to attend the Entrepreneurship Awards, on September 27th, from 2:30 PM, at Hub Criativo do Beato. The Entrepreneurship Awards is an initiative of Startup Lisboa in partnership with Google to bring together our community of partners, investors, mentors, and the entrepreneurial ecosystem, to promote and give voice to entrepreneurs and the work they have developed throughout the year.
IPBN member Sharon Dehmel asked if you are interested in managing your performance and shared tips on where to start!
IPBN member Vitae Professionals is growing more and more... and they couldn't be happier about it! Two new acquisitions for their recruitment team... Two more girls to help you find your new professional challenge!
IPBN member Aspira asked, "How do we measure what makes a project manager successful? Is it the number of years of experience; technical expertise; certifications; or the one who possesses people management skills?" Read on to find out.
The World Economic Forum had some interesting news to share: Portugal is set to start up Europe's largest floating solar park with over 12,000 solar panels.
IPBN member Lawler Consulting says that, according to GradIreland, engineering makes up almost 10% of the graduate roles in Ireland.
We have a once-in-a-generation opportunity to reset our economies in a way that delivers sustainable, good quality jobs, more resilient societies, and greater equity, while also tackling head-on the climate change and biodiversity loss emergencies.
Moderated by former Chair of the IPBN Aoife Healy, the second panel focused on "How to Tackle and Create Disruption in the Hospitality Sector." In the words of panelist Sofia Almeida, the overall takeaway is that “We have to adapt. And COVID was proof of that.”
Panel one of the Agri Business Review will be moderated by IPBN member Brian Shanahan and will feature experts in the field including André Menitra Matos of Vila Vita Parc, Nuno Neto of the Navigator Company, John Paul Prior of Farmony, and Filipa Almeida of Herdade dos Grous.