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Advanced Program in Entrepreneurship and Innovation Management


Executive Education - Open Programs

Andreia Hidalgo


Phone: (+351) 214 269 846



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17th edition*: starts in March 2020

Schedule: available soon

Classes: Fridays, from 5 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. and Saturdays, from 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Duration: 70 hours

*This program will be taught in portuguese.

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Program Description

The current economic and social context is characterized by the rapid pace of technological change, globalization of competitiveness (aided by the new information and communication technologies) and a shortening of the life-cycle of products.

In this context, promoting an entrepreneurial culture and the capacity to innovate at the heart of the company is a catalyst for change, competitiveness and economic prosperity.

PAEGI aims to train entrepreneurial managers acting as agents of change and with the capacity to accelerate the creation, dissemination and application of innovative ideas.

Main Benefits

  • The company management looks towards seeking new business opportunities;
  • Understand the main challenges in creating new business units;
  • Develop innovation management practices and the promotion of an innovative culture at the heart of the company; 
  • Develop Entrepreneurship skills; 
  • Design and implement new profitable businesses that have a positive impact;
  • Program Coordinated by a renowned Professor in the entrepreneur field, with more than 5.000 citations on Google Scholar. 


This program includes lectures with innovation experts and an "Impact Business Bootcamp" where participants may design and develop new business ideas. The Program also approaches in depth, key management subjects, and innovation practices, as well as it brings new tools and strong case-studies.


Mercedes Inglês Martins

Programa Avançado em Empreendedorismo e Gestão da Inovação
“(...) was a very important investment for my future!”

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