Do you know how startups and technology will influence the healthcare industry? How it will save lives and change the world as we know it? Well, because healthcare has been getting attention from the world’s leading investors and entrepreneurs,...
We had our own Meet & Greet last Thursday to let the whole world know about Protechting and the startup program we’re putting together. So, with all that was talked about in that late afternoon networking session, here’s why Protechting was created in...
We’re the new accelerator in town so, we thought to ourselves: why not do a networking session to explain how our program works, have a couple of drinks with entrepreneurs and investors and talk about what’s next for the Portuguese startup scene? Well, we...
Seasoned entrepreneurs will always tell you that have a good business idea is not enough. The difficult part is to give it form, to make it happen and to show it to the world – execution. A lot of work goes into creating a successful startup, including many...
Most people wonder how the future of tech startups looks like. In which areas should we invest our time and money? Which startups will be the most succeeded in the next few years? What are investors looking for? Well, here’s an industry that continues to show up...
When you build a startup, very often you ignore all the existing opportunities in the market. Some more obvious than other, but there are too many opportunities that are neglected by entrepreneurs. There are key markets and industries in which technology should...
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