05/16/2018 10h37

Headquarters of Investe São Paulo consolidates as a new venue for startup events in the city

Seeking to foster the ecosystem, the venue has hosted an increasing number of entrepreneurship meetings

Investe São Paulo

One of the effects of the growing number of startup supporters in Brazil is the increase in the number of events on the subject. In the state capital and other cities of São Paulo, these initiatives are important and contribute to the maturation and consolidation of the innovation environment in São Paulo.

The headquarters of Investe São Paulo plans to join other sites such as Cubo and Habitat, innovation hubs where many events are held for the ecosystem. With an auditorium for 248 people, a large atrium for exhibitions and free parking, the venue is an attractive option for meetings with the system players.

Promoted by Get in The Ring, on Thursday, April 12, 7 events were held in the year. So far, other 9 events are scheduled to take place in the venue. The complete list and other actions in favor of the startup ecosystem can be accessed on newly launched website Investe SP Startups -  http://www.investespstartups.org.br/

For the startup relationship manager, Franklin Ribeiro, this is one of the best moments for entrepreneurs in the state of São Paulo. There are several reasons, but one of the main reasons is the increasing understanding of people in the public administration of the importance of fostering the entrepreneurial environment.

“With the availability of the venue for innovation and entrepreneurship events, we want to contribute to increase the number of people interested in generating business through startups. We at Investe SP, for example, are already working on the third edition of SP Conecta, which this year will focus on Industry 4.0. It is worth noting that our actions rely on the support provided by the Department of Economic Development, Science, Technology and Innovation of the State of São Paulo, which has great interest in strengthening the ecosystem of support to startups,” concluded Ribeiro.