Portugal is the world’s 31st fastest-growing tech ecosystem, according to the Global Innovation Index 2020. Portugal also records good performances in other areas that contribute to the innovation process, such as spending on computer software (8th place), registered trademarks by origin (13th place), online public services (17th), or the environment for doing business (18th).
Lisbon is one of Europe’s most innovative tech hub ecosystems. Over the past few years, Lisbon has emerged as a hub of entrepreneurial innovation and technology – large and small tech companies are setting up offices and innovative startups are popping up all over the tech talent swarms in the city.
Lisbon has also become renowned for its hundreds of tech events and year-round meetups, especially the annual Web Summit. The Web Summit is the world’s largest tech conference connecting all different tech talent profiles from startup founders, leadership teams of large companies, up and coming tech startups, entrepreneurs, investors, and press journalists worldwide.
DIGITAL COWORKING naturally
Portugal is a growing destination for digital nomads as well as remote work programs. The strong tech crowd cultivates an active coworking scene with hundreds of dedicated open concept coworking spaces that easily provide an environment to meet others, collaborate, and have fun.
Everyone from entrepreneurs, freelancers, remote workers, to digital nomads with diverse backgrounds, professions as well as many travelers from different countries can come together.