This is our first guest post, and it comes from the guys at Entrepreneurs Break (EB), a collective of people making sure that talking about startups is not plagued by bullshit. They are based in Lisbon but have organized talks, invited speakers and shared their collective experience in several Portuguese universities.
Instead of writing feel-good inspirational quotes, the EB team went ahead and made a guide to navigate the not-so-exciting seas of legal and fiscal matters. Clearly, if you want to build a company, these will be on your mind a lot, so this is precious help. The document was written with the help and supervision of professional accountants so you can be sure this is for real.
Recently Portugal and its entrepreneurial environment have showed up on radars from tech blogs and investors. The quality and availability of talent are in our favor and the red tape has been reduced greatly. If you have been thinking about starting a business in Portugal, this is the place to start to figure out how.
This guide was written by Pedro Carmo Oliveira, Co-founder @ Entrepreneurs Break
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