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The Brazilian Embassy in The Hague, through the Itamaraty Innovation Diplomacy Program, supported the delegation of Porto Digital (Recife-PE) in the Bootcamp Emerging Markets, which had a significant Brazilian presence. Besides the business superintendent of Porto Digital, Mariana Pincovsky, and the founders of the startups linked to this technological park, Pick Cells (healthtech), Rodrigo Paiva, and Bit Já (cryptoblockchain), Victor Cavalcanti, were present Renato Romani, from EW2Health, Rodrigo Olmedo of Uglobally and Rodrigo Borgers of FindBrazil.

The event was held on April 9-11 at The Hague Tech. The program included an immersion session in the functioning of THT, which discussed the work experience in this “community”, the exercises of expansion of innovative ventures, as well as reviewed the prospects of mature companies hosted at the center. As part of the program, they also visited the following technology hubs located in the city: Humanity Hub, YESDelft! The Hague and Apollo 14.

The Bootcamp also held sessions dedicated to overcoming cultural barriers and examining successful cases of Dutch innovative business expansion in emerging markets. The third day of the event was entirely dedicated to building networks and matchmaking between startups and potential investors. It ended with a “pitch” of exchanges of experiences between entrepreneurs and investors.

Source: Embassy of Brazil in the Netherlands

Presença brasileira no evento de tecnologia The Hague Tech

A Embaixada do Brasil na Haia, por meio do Programa de Diplomacia da Inovação do Itamaraty, apoiou a participação de delegação do Porto Digital (Recife-PE) no Bootcamp Emerging Markets, que contou com expressiva presença brasileira. Além da superintendente de negócios do Porto Digital, Mariana Pincovsky, e dos fundadores das startups vinculadas a esse parque tecnológico Pick Cells (healthtech), Rodrigo Paiva, e Bit Já (cryptoblockchain), Victor Cavalcanti, estiveram presentes Renato Romani, da EW2Health, Rodrigo Olmedo, da Uglobally, e Rodrigo Borgers, da FindBrazil.

O evento foi realizado entre 9 e 11 de abril, na The Hague Tech. O programa incluiu sessão de imersão no funcionamento do THT, em que foram discutidas a experiência de trabalho nessa “comunidade”, os exercícios de expansão de empreendimentos inovadores, bem como revistas as perspectivas de empresas maduras hospedadas no centro. Também foram visitados os seguintes “hubs” tecnológicos situados na cidade: Humanity Hub, YESDelft! The Hague e Apollo 14.

O Bootcamp promoveu ainda sessões dedicadas à superação de barreiras culturais e ao exame de casos exitosos de expansão de negócios inovadores neerlandeses em mercados emergentes. O terceiro dia do evento foi inteiramente dedicado à construção de redes e ao “matchmaking” entre startups e potenciais investidores. Encerrou-se com um “pitch” de trocas de experiências entre empreendedores e investidores.

Fonte: Embaixada do Brasil nos Países Baixos