New Global Talent Hub
Conference "Portugal: New Global Talent Hub?" discusses how to take better advantage of the conditions and catapult greater ambition towards attracting talent. The event, organized by the "Portugal Agora" platform, is free of charge and open to participants upon registration.
hybrid face-to-face and online.
The "Portugal Agora" platform is organizing the conference "Portugal: New Hub" on Wednesday, February 23, at the Lisbon Workhub, at 5pm.
Global Talent?". The project's first event of the year aims to discuss how the country can strategically aspire to go further in attracting talent.
Based on the fact that in recent years Portugal has created an attractive ecosystem for talent - from freelancers to investments from large companies - "Portugal Agora" advocates the definition of an attractiveness strategy for the various professional segments with the establishment of objectives and actions to achieve them.
"In this post-pandemic phase, in which the paradigm of flexible working will prevail, we must have the ambition to go further"says the chairman of the board of "Portugal Agora". "We need to provide the conditions and resources so that, with scale and in a sustainable way, we can be the choice of professionals who can add skills and value to the Portuguese economy"summarizes Carlos Sezões.
To do so, the conference will feature interventions by Sofia Tenreiro, investor, manager and member of YOP, Hugo de Sousa, Managing Partner of Inovation by Kaizen, Patrícia Cristóvão, HR Director at SAP and Alf Franzoni, Director of Global Business Services and LX Techhub at Siemens, who will address, among other topics, the use of post-pandemic mobility, the key attributes for attracting people to the market.
talent or labor legislation in attracting professionals. Admission is free and registration is required at Portugal: new global talent hub? Tickets, Wed, 23/02/2022 at 17:00 | Eventbrite.
The background is the use of Portugal's competitive advantages in the context of the globalized world, in order to facilitate the transition from strategy to action - generating concrete proposals for public policies or civil society initiatives, based on a logic of facilitating consensus and managing resources and conditions for their implementation.
About Portugal Agora:
The "Portugal Now" project aims to create a vision, broken down into strategic models for the country, for the coming decades. This will be achieved through a plural space for discussion, during a limited period, with the aim of determining where convergences are possible, which will materialize in priorities in which Portugal can develop. The project has strategic dimensions -
Attractiveness, Knowledge, Entrepreneurship - for Portugal and wants to link them to execution and action.
Additional information: http://www.portugalagora.com/