Concurso que pretende estimular a memória desta tradição popular também junto das comunidades portuguesas da área consular de Nova Iorque e premiar a criatividade dos seus participantes no contexto da diáspora portuguesa nos Estados Unidos.
In 2017, Lisbon is the cultural capital of a world that brings together more than 120 million people from the Iberian Peninsula, Mexico and South and Central America. To celebrate this fact, there will be a year-long programme of about 150 activities and unmissable events.
In the first of a new series focusing on city eco-systems, TechCrunch Editor-at-large Mike Butcher gets under the skin of one of Europe’s hottest startup cities.
Europe’s best and brightest hunt down a new world of opportunities outside of the U.K.
The Organization "European Best Destinations" promoted a survey where Porto ranked number one destination in 2017, by the online voters of that organization annual´s survey.
Toronto, Stuttgart, Las Palmas, Alicante, Budapest and Bucharest are the new routes added to the Network
The Portugal US Chamber of Commerce thanks Ms. Cristina St.Clair for her long-standing commitment and support of the Chamber.
Forget Berlin, Lisbon wants to become the start-up capital of Europe, after recently hosting the very successful Web Summit Conference 2016.
The Portugal US Chamber of Commerce thanks Jose Manuel Coelho for his long-standing commitment and support of the Chamber.
World renowned fado singer Mariza returns to New York City in support of her new Latin Grammy-nominated album Mundo on Nonesuch Records.
Portugal-US Chamber of Commerce is proud to see António Guterres confirmed as new Secretary General of The United Nations
Organized and leaded by CCIP, It will take place in November, 8th to 13th.
Facebook, Amazon, Microsoft, KPMG, GE, Coca-Cola, McKinsey, Renault and more all featured in first wave of speaker announcements last week, along with the release of 34,000 attendee names from 153 markets around the world.
Portugal ranked as one of most peaceful countries in the World, according to World Economic Forum
New agreement opens 34 cities to one-stop service to Portugal from North America