Think-tank for Portuguese Internationalization
Who is here today
from Scandinavia
Micael Gustafsson, Øresund IT
Espen Gregersen, Copenhagen Capacity
Philip Stankovski, represent Invest in Skane
16:15
16:30
Registration
Welcome by Pedro Castro Henriques, President of Portic
17:00
“Internationalization of the Portuguese ICT sector” , Paulo
Nordeste, President of TICE.pt
The Øresund IT Cluster – ”Europe’s largest ICT concentration”,
Micael Gustafson, CEO Øresund IT
17:20
17:40
“Northern Innovation Policy ” – Prof. Mario Rui Silva, CCDRN
18:00
“The best of both worlds” – Philip Stankovski, representant Invest
in Skåne
18:20
Tapas and Drinks (30m)
18:50
“A region of many opportunities” – Espen Gregersen, Head of ICT
unit, Copenhagen Capacity
“An increasingly open and global technology-based Economy”,
Prof. Falcão e Cunha, FEUP/OPT
19:10
19:40
20:00
20:30
“Technological Parks”– Prof. Emidio Gomes, President
PORTUSPARK,
Closing – Clara Gonçalves, Portic
Dinner - Portic launch event dinner at Casa da Musica
Wording from Philip Stankovski with Teresa Pouzada , Portic
Think-tank for Portuguese internationalization
Vision
• A Think-tank with a great desire for positive
change and to establish a strong social activism
for internationalization of Portuguese
Technological based companies to target
attractive high potential markets.
• Gather information about interesting
international strategic markets, its demand
including supporting local
companies/governemnt critical needs
• Portic to be identified as a critical organization
for ICT growth and prosperity in the region
which succefuly increases Portuguese
companies exports
Portic = Change Agent = Facilitator
Entrepreneurs
Pragmatic researchers
Government
Leaders
Industry
Media experts
Experts
Innovators
A team of highly networked and international individuals to
rethink how to successfully reach new world markets
Typical Portic Club Members
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Organizations that want to export
Has technological products or productized services
Engaged CIO/CEO/President
Joins the site and register profile
Participate in a yearly event
Portic Strategy
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1. International markets demand awareness
and Portfolio promotion of the Portuguese
technological based companies
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2.Partnerships
with Key-players
in target strategic
markets for offer shaping
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3.Raise exportation of
technology intensive
companies with focus
on SMEs
Markets
Developed markets:
• Scandinavia, US, UK
Emerging markets:
• India, Brazil, Argentina
Others high potential:
• Iran, Libya
Easy to work in:
• Cape-Vert
Principles:
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Very independent
Very flexible
Apolitical
Enthusiastic atmosphere
Very dynamic
Authentic
Transparent
Think tank comitees:
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International committee
Scientific committee
Business Development committee
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All have committees have a moderator to
facilitate team dynamics. The moderator will be
change from time to time.
All committees meet physically once a year at
least
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Typical Yearly activities
Few missions per year to target market
Host international bi-annual event ( first PORTIC 2011)
Reports and Press Activities
Prospective visits by core group to collect relevant information
To support the creation of consortia
Goal to foster business – raise exports!
Next planned missions
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Mission to Oresund/Scandinavia to meet
companies, government and other entities
Mission to India
Portic Sponsors
Portic supporters
Contact Information
Portic – Think-tank for Portuguese Internationalization
[email protected]
+351 22 030 15 00
Address: UPTEC
PARQUE DE CIÊNCIA E TECNOLOGIA da U.PORTO
Rua Actor Ferreira da Silva, 4200-298 Porto
Board contacts:
Pedro Castro Henriques – [email protected] - +351 91 952 44 50;
Clara Gonçalves – [email protected] - +351 91 219 52 36
Teresa Pouzada – [email protected] - + 351 91 912 98 70
Philip Stankovski (Oresund IT)
Manuel carvalho (Publico)
Simon Stockley (director of Imperial college
Business Scholl - MBA)
Pedro Vilarinho (COTEC )
Francisco Van Zeller (Conselho Coordenador
para a Internacionalização )
Alexandre Ulissees (ADI)
Rui Henriques (Glint)
Stefan Calling (Ericsson) Paulo Nordeste (TICE)
Daniel Pires (Addict/Saco Azul)
Rob Allen (IBM)
Marques Santos (UP)
Sara Moreira (JUP)
Frederico Saraiva(Blip)
Teresa Pouzada (ADRITEM)
João Falcão Cunha (Opt)
Rui Henriques (Glintt)
Fátima Sanssimão (UPTEC)
Alexandre Lechère (Cape-10)
Luis Amaral (Setyourgoals)
José Manuel Mendonça (INESC)
Gaspar Lencastre (BPI)
João Montenegro (Framestore)
Pedro Gomes (Strongstep)
Daniel Pires (ADDICT/Saco Azul)
Nuno Soares (Inova+)
Katja Schimel (ESAD)
Jose Santos (NVIA)
Carlos Rebelo (Soci
Ponciano Oliveira (ITIJ)
Diogo Bastos (Samushi)
Artur Calado (Inovaria)
José Mesquita Bastos (CE)
Raul Vidal (FEUP)
Novais Barbosa (UPTEC)
Joaquim Cunha (HealthCluster)
António Cunha (Uminho)
Manuel Ferreira da Silva (BPI)
Berta Mariano (CMB) Luis Metello (IPP) Raul Oliveira (Iportalmais)
António Sousa Cardoso (ANJE)
Paulo Lencastre (UCP)
Diogo Vasconcelos (APDC)
Carlos Costa (FEUP)
Brito Barrros (Nextiarone)
Carlos Rebelo (Social Digital)
José Afonso Bulas Cruz (UTAD)
Tiago
Sanches
(A-EGP)
Jorge Gonçalves (UP/UPTEC)
Craig Elias (US – Trigger Event)
Torres Marques INEGI
Jorge Nascimento Rodrigues (Expresso)
Pedro Henriques (Uminho)
Emidio Gomes (ex-ADI)
Peder feldt (US Deloitte NY)
Mário
Rui
Silva
(FEP/CCDRN)
Clara Gonçalves (UPTEC)
Christer Mattsson (Tieto Enator)
Catarina Roseira (FEP)
Joaquim Brandão (ERS)
Nuno Sousa Pereira (President EGP-UPBS)
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