When technology writers talk about European tech “hubs”, London, Berlin and Stockholm are usually the first cities on the list. But, on the Iberian peninsula, things are hotting up.
The reputation of Portugal’s technology scene is blossoming, and Lisbon was recently declared one of Europe’s most entrepreneurial regions by the EU. With a skilled development pool and a growing number of overseas startups choosing to locate there, Portugal is confident innovative technology can lead an economic resurgence.
The world’s largest independent Android app store.
Auto parts marketplace, linking scrapyards and workshops with guaranteed items.
Helping telcos and utilities give customers digital energy management, remote automation, video surveillance and security solutions
Personalization and analytics for mobile applications.
Improving wireless content delivery to guarantee bigger audiences in population-dense environments.
Business intelligence platform with answers to natural-language questions.
Cutting retail store queues by enabling customers to scan and check out using mobiles.
“All of the startups going to CeBIT are leading their respective fields and founded by true disruptors,” said Professor José da Franca, CEO & Chairman of Portugal Ventures. “We can’t wait to connect them to new customers around the world.