The World Trade Center Lisboa has been gaining attention from big entities in Brazil with its innovative ecosystem that facilitates business opportunities and partnerships, specially between Portuguese and Brazilian companies. As a testament to its success, the National Confederation of Commerce of Goods, Services and Tourism of Brazil (CNC) - Confederação Nacional do Comércio de Bens e Serviços - has recently joined as a WTC Lisboa Business Club Member.
This is exciting news for the WTC Lisboa, as the CNC is a major Brazilian business federation that represents over 5 million companies in the commerce, service and tourism sectors. By joining forces with WTC Lisboa, the CNC is hoping to expand its reach and create more opportunities for its members to do business in Portugal and beyond.
To celebrate the CNC's arrival, the WTC Lisboa Business Club will be hosting a special event on April 24th. All WTC Directors are welcome to participate in this day of celebration, which will showcase the best of Brazilian culture, with typical food and music.
The event will provide a unique opportunity for WTC Lisboa members to network with CNC members and explore potential business partnerships. It will also be a chance to learn more about Brazilian culture, history, and business practices, as well as to experience the warmth and hospitality of Brazilian people.
The WTC Lisboa Business Club has been developing its ecosystem for several years, with the aim of becoming a hub for international business in Portugal. By bringing together Portuguese and foreign companies, the club provides a range of services to help businesses grow, including networking opportunities, training programs, and access to funding and other resources.
The addition of the CNC as a partner is a major milestone for the WTC Lisboa Business Club and a testament to its growing reputation as a center of excellence for international business. The club is looking forward to welcoming the CNC and its members, and to building strong and lasting partnerships between Portugal and Brazil.