From rescue to surplus; from the abandonment of the historic center of Lisbon to its tourist explosion. The Spanish press speaks about the decade of the ‘small country on the periphery of Europe’, which for a prodigious decade has increased its prestige abroad. (more…)
There are four Portugal Counselors in the World who are among the most influential in the business world, according to Forbes Portugal: Domitília dos Santos, Cidália Luís-Akbar, Inês Caldeira and Rita de Sousa Coutinho.
A report made by independent scientists to the United Nations (UN) on sustainable development for 2019, places Portugal in 26th place out of a total of 162 countries evaluated. (more…)
Within the Portuguese Business Schools, Universidade Nova de Lisboa is the one with the best ranking. The eight Portuguese institutions were awarded Excellency Palms by the Business Schools Ranking by Eduniversal rating agency.
The Palace of Mafra and the Sanctuary of Bom Jesus in Braga were classified as World Heritage. The monuments included “the 36 nominations for inclusion on the World Heritage List”, which were evaluated at the 43rd Session of the UNESCO Heritage Committee.
Last year, Portugal was a leader in the European Union (EU) in the area of innovative small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), according to data revealed by the European Commission, nevertheless obtaining a “moderate innovative” country classification.
The Portuguese Diaspora Counselor and founder of EA Ventur, António Gonçalves, participated as speaker on the Economy and Management Days 2019 of University of Minho, on the month of April. (more…)
Portugal Network Meeting in Portugal with the institutional support of the Portuguese Diaspora Council
The Portuguese Diaspora Council took part of the “First Meeting of Portugal Network in Portugal”, represented by the President of the Board, Filipe de Botton, on April 22, at Museu das Artes de Sintra. (more…)
The multinationals that hold service centers from the north to the south of the country have already created more than 55 thousand work places in Portugal. The data is from the Agência para o Investimento e Comércio Externo de Portugal (AICEP) and represent more than 1% of the countries jobs. (more…)