It is no secret the Portuguese startup scene is developing a unique identity and competing in the international arena more than ever. But even if we are always aware of what’s happening, we can’t foresee the future. That’s why we asked for help to understand which startups will be making headlines in 2016.
As a result, commentators suggest promising companies such as Tradiio, Graphenest, and Sword Health should have little trouble finding the funds to scale up their operations.
“I have not seen a great company falter because of lack of funding. There are angles, there are VCs, not many, but with fairly deep pockets,” Caixa Capital’s executive board member Stephan Morais says.