CeBIT will have 25 Portuguese companies

The Hannover fair is gaining an increasingly entrepreneurial character and losing its consumption component. Portuguese companies are joining the change and participation as exhibitors grew from 15 in 2014 to 25 in this year’s edition. Thus, the Portuguese companies that will be present are: Aptoide, Aveicellular, B2CloudDEV, Beanywhere, BParts, C-Side,

5 Portuguese startups to look out for in 2015

In the beginning of this year, we took a look at major European countries and tried to come up with a list of 5 startups (each country) to watch in 2015. In the case of Portugal and a few other countries, it has been very hard to narrow this list

Six Portuguese companies receive grants for innovation

The European Commission will award funding grants to Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs), selected from among the 28 Member States, under the Horizon 2020 Program. Six Portuguese companies will receive 50 thousand euros for feasibility studies. The national companies Bluecover Technologies, Stab Vida, UBQ – Chemical Unit, Unbabel, Xhockware and

Portuguese technology conquering the United States of America

Xhockware, Displr, Followprice and WeTruck are the four Portuguese startups that start this Wednesday an eight-week acceleration program at Carnegie Mellon University, under the inRes. Go shopping with your smartphone: make the list of missing items, buy and pay. As? Through SmartShopping, a checkout system developed by Xhockware that promises

LaunchCMU To Feature Technology Innovations and Startups From Carnegie Mellon Entrepreneurs

PITTSBURGH, Venture capitalists and investment experts will unite with Carnegie Mellon University entrepreneurship and technology community at LaunchCMU, a showcase for startups, cutting-edge research and innovations poised to impact the marketplace. The schedule of events includes a demonstration of new products and services and showcase talks by the innovators of

Portugal Ventures invests in 4 new tech-based start-ups

Chic by Choice, Liquid, Passworks and Xhockware are the new tech-based and innovative start-ups selected, in the Call For Entrepreneurship initiative, for funding from Portugal Ventures. Through this initiative, Portugal Ventures has already invested in approximately 30 start-up companies with the ambition to become companies of excellence on the global

Portugal Ventures bets on four new technological start-ups

The public venture capital operator will invest in four new technology-based start-ups: Chic by Choice, Liquid, Passworks and Xhockware. This support will be granted in partnership with other investors. Portugal Ventures will support four new technology-based start-ups, following the Call For Entrepreneurship initiative. According to the statement by the public