Young businessmen associations from Portugal and Angola get together to boost business


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The Portuguese National Association of Young Entrepreneurs (ANJE) and the Angolan Young Entrepreneurs Forum (FAJE) have signed a protocol with the company JPM – Automação e Equipamentos Industriais to boost business in the two countries, it was announced.

“The goal is to increasingly increase the attractiveness of the Portuguese ecosystem and also to create better conditions for national entrepreneurs who want to find open doors in international markets,” explains a statement from ANJE sent to Lusa.

The note states that the main priorities are to “implement business-enhancing entrepreneurial networks and promote the sharing of knowledge and experience between the parties, with particular focus on the industrial side.

“These partnerships are increasingly important for both parties, the more integration and coordination there is in the Community of Portuguese Language Countries (CPLP) the better for the member countries, and in Portugal we have much to benefit from the opportunities and the size of the Portuguese-speaking markets,” said Alexandre Meireles, president of ANJE, quoted in the statement.

“We also have experiences that we can bring from these countries to Portugal,” added the businessman, citing the “cultural proximity” and the absence of language barriers as positive points, concluding: “If we can, from this cultural part, bring economic benefit for all and everyone wins, it is a unique opportunity.

Representing the three entities signed the protocol, in Porto, the presidents of FAJE, Paulo Narciso, and ANJE, Alexandre Meireles, and for JPM, Miguel Almeida Henriques and José Paulo Martins da Silva.

Young businessmen associations from Portugal and Angola get together to boost business

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