Carnegie Mellon Portugal Program Presents inRes 2015 at Startup Lisboa

The Carnegie Mellon Portugal Program has launched the new edition of inRes, a very early stage acceleration program for Portuguese entrepreneurial teams working in Information and Communication Technologies (ICT).  

The inRes Roadshow presented the program in three venues in the cities of Porto, Coimbra and Lisbon. The Lisbon public session was held at Startup Lisboa, on April 9th 2015. This session featured the keynotes by the CMU Portugal National Director João Claro, Vasco Pedro from Unbabel and João Vasconcelos from Startup Lisboa. One of the inRes 2014 selected teams was also present: Followprice, composed by Vasco Moreira and Gonçalo Mendes, had the opportunity to talk about their experience in the program and the outcomes of this learning period.

Read the full article at Mais Superior Online and Local Online (April 8, 2015)