"It is no secret that we have been looking at various locations around Europe to support future growth and provide attendees with the best possible experience. We chose Lisbon because of the strong infrastructure in the city, the world-class venue and the thriving startup community.Dois pensamentos:
In 2015, Lisbon became the first city to receive the European Entrepreneurial Region award. Investors from across Europe have started looking to Lisbon to capitalise on the low rents and affordable IT talent. Dozens of Portuguese startups have exhibited at Web Summit and Codacy won Web Summit’s PITCH competition last year.
But don’t take my word for it: here is Mike Butcher of technology blog TechCrunch who knows what he is talking about when it comes to startup communities: “Lisbon is emerging as a genuinely new tech ecosystem in Europe, with Berlin-levels of cheapness but with Southern European weather.”"
- Os que culpam o sucesso do turismo lisboeta pelo fenómeno de gentrificação da cidade, será que vão estar contra mais esta iniciativa? É que isto pode dar para realmente accionar uma reacção em cadeia que conjugue ecossistema + custos baixos + clima...
- O que poderia um Adolfo Mesquita Nunes provocar com uma agenda liberalizadora na Economia?
BTW, "Start-ups criam 47 mil novos empregos por ano, diz estudo"