Sunday, August 1, 2021

Opinion

Portugal e Guiné-Bissau: O Eixo da Maledicência ou a Cooperação Estratégica

Hélder Vaz, Embaixador da Guiné-Bissau em Portugal

Tal&Qual: Full stop, new paragraph…

José Paulo Fernandes Fafe, Former journalist and the majority shareholder of the company that owns “Tal & Qual” newspaper

Adulthood

António Figueira, Director European Economic and Social Committee

Grupo Visabeira in line with the future

Nuno Marques, Chief Executive Officer of Grupo Visabeira

Is sustainability a new mantra?

Pedro Norton de Matos, Founder of the Green Festival

In the age of disinformation

Nicolau Santos, President of the Board of Directors of (state broadcaster) RTP

Sisyphus, banking, management and the pandemic

Paulo Macedo, CEO Caixa Geral de Depósitos

A jewel in the desert

In the last issue of PRÉMIO, we highlighted one of the world events that will mark the year 2021: Expo 2020 Dubai. This exhibition will take place in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, between October 1, 2021, and March 31, 2022. Portugal will be represented under the theme “A World in a Country” with its pavilion and many outstanding events. To get the most of your stay, here we offer some suggestions to visit, enjoy and relax in the largest city in the United Arab Emirates.

18 years of making a difference

Inês Santos, Corporate Communications Sub-director at CV&A

Artigos recentes | Recent articles

“Honne to Tatemae”

Sónia Ito, Archaeologist and Lecturer

Game changer?

Cristina Ramos, Communication Consultant

“Without the private effort, the Portuguese State would not have been able to face the pandemic”

In an interview with PRÉMIO, Germano de Sousa, clinical pathologist and president of the josé Germano de Sousa Laboratory Medicine Centre, spoke about his career as a doctor, his former position as President of the Portuguese Doctors Association and the growth of his network of laboratories, operating in the field of clinical pathology laboratory trials and the main national player in this sector, currently performing 15 to 16% of Covid tests in Portugal.
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