40 companies with Porto Tech Hub to turn Invicta into a technological center with global ambitions
Porto Tech Hub, that was born to promote Porto as a destination of excellence for projects and technological talent, ended the year with 40 companies aligned with the cause.
Porto Tech Hub closed last year with 40 member companies, after seven new companies joined the project, which is geared towards promoting and developing Porto as a global technology center.
We bring together companies and organizations that contribute to strengthening Invicta’s entrepreneurial and innovative ecosystem, and works to promote the city’s image as a place of excellence for national and international companies.
Porto Tech Hub’s activity has focused on initiatives to bring technology companies together, enhance talent, promote innovation and foster the debate of ideas.
The list of new members in 2023 includes names such as Decskill, ITDS, Wunderman Thompson, ISS, Novalogica, IWG and Mobiweb, companies in the areas of information technology outsourcing, IT engineer outsourcing, application software development and workplace experience management.
The list of Porto Tech Hub partners already included several big names, such as Deloitte, Critical TechWorks, Critical Manufacturing or Critical Software, Euronext, Bosch, Adidas, Blip, Natixis, among many others.
“The addition of seven new organizations over the course of the year, not only shows the expansion of the industry, but also validates our position as a place of excellence for national and international technology companies to establish themselves” believes Luís Silva, President of Porto Tech Hub.
“As well as strengthening Invicta’s entrepreneurial and innovative community, this development also promotes collaboration and knowledge sharing” with new participants, established companies and international players, he adds.
Porto Tech Hub was founded in 2015. The association’s agenda of initiatives includes events such as the Porto Tech Hub Conference, or the SWitCH Dev and SWitCH QA programs, which retrain professionals for new roles in technological areas, with the talent needs of companies in the region in mind.
The second edition of Porto Tech Hub’s Quality Assurance Testers training program is open until February 4, with 30 places available.