How we do it
We keep up to date with the latest legislation and financial incentives present in Portugal and Europe for startups of many industries, we participate in a lot of global events and startup and investor gatherings, such as Web Summit every year, constantly creating contacts and new business bonds and more.
In 15 years of the existence of The Venture Builder we have helped a number of startups enter the European market with the “right foot” thanks to our competent team and considerable professional contacts.
Don’t take our word for it – here’s what our clients say:
“I did two conferences with The Venture Builder and I really liked it because the way of working is pragmatic and all information is clarified with objectivity. They have done all the due diligence paperwork and submit the application for different Portugal 2020 calls. Happy to know that we were approved for one of the calls. I recommend to any startup that wants to do business from Portugal to consult The Venture Builder.”
CEO NovarumSky Brazil
“I have been working with The Venture Builder for little time, and regardless of the pandemic, the project has been moving forward. Carlos is always suggesting new opportunities for collaborations and available resources. I should also note their attention in progress and will to help and guide you on this adventure. The Venture Builder is a great option for your business looking to expand to new grounds, or your startup project, if you want to come to Europe by using Portugal as a gateway. ”
CEO FRACTAAL, Mexico
“Have attended Web Summit Startup Circuit organized by The Venture Builder. I had the chance to get to know the portuguese Startups ecosystem and meet amazing people during the 7 days of the event as well as the great content that was available for all. Now I know what it takes to create my own company in Portugal. I recommend it to everyone and hope to attend it again future events.”
CEO ParqueSoft Colombia
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“The Portuguese people are essentially cosmopolitan. A true Portuguese was never Portuguese: it was always everything.” – Fernando Pessoa