/“The global economy is like an aging athlete who needs doping to maintain performance,” In Expresso
Michael O’Sullivan, former CIO at Credit Suisse, Professor at Princeton and Oxford, author of “The Levelling” and one of the most anticipated interventions of the event left a series of predictions that point to a positive prognosis where Portugal has everything to stand out.
The Future of the Entrepreneurial Ecosystem in Portugal: challenges and opportunities
In a partnership with Ernst & Young Portugal and SAP, Startup Portugal is conducting a preliminary study to assess the impact of COVID-19 on the national entrepreneurial ecosystem, wich results will be presented tomorrow at 11 a.m. The event also features several interventions in a conversation about the importance of the ecosystem for the nationalContinue reading
Global Impact Investing Networking – Annual study on the global investment market
The Global Impact Investing Network (GIIN) annual study has been published. Globally recognized as the barometer of the impact investment market, the study involved around 300 participating entities, with Portugal Inovação Social being invited for the first time to participate and identify the financing by size, type and sector that it carried out until December 2019. The SIF- SocialContinue reading
SOL Tomorrow – Looking for ideas to deal with the pandemic in Lisbon
Through the 200M Fund and SIF – Social Innovation Fund, both managed by PME Investimentos, we are supporting the SOL Tomorrow program to help Lisbon find innovative solutions that solve the social and economic challenges brought about by the Covid pandemic19. In this special edition of Smart Open Lisboa, organized by the Lisbo City Council andContinue reading