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Publication on Sustainable Entrepreneurship

Sustainable entrepreneurship: Entrepreneurial orientation and sustainability decision tradeoffs: The case of sustainable fashion firms Findings from researchers at Amsterdam School of International Business and Católica Lisbon School of Business & Economics show that the entrepreneurial orientation (innovativeness, proactiveness, risk taking) of a firm/manager effects its sustainability orientation (economic, social, environmental or a combination thereof) and

SCIL at Católica Lisbon and INCEA Business School‘s Andrea Prado organized this year’s ONE Doctoral Consortium at the Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management in Atlanta

At this year’s ONE Doctoral Consortium in Atlanta 24 PhD students were admitted to discuss their dissertation projects in small groups with senior faculty members. After a welcome lunch and some opening statements and introductions, the students joined small research feedback sessions with two or three other students and one faculty member. In addition to

PRESENTATION OF me2 PROJECT’S RESULTS, integrated in the initiative ERA-NET Smart Cities and Communities (ENSCC) – Horizonte 2020

As part of the European project me2, which is part of the ERA-NET Smart Cities and Communities (ENSCC) – Horizonte 2020, Luis Caridade, MediaPrimer’s project manager, presented the results that were achieved in the Lisbon pilot project that was focused on the changing of habits of energy consumption in households as well as in usage

Me2 at Sustainable Places Conference

The Me2 project was represented by Lena Holzner (Smart City Innovation Lab) at the Sustainable Places 2017 conference which took place in Middlesbrough, UK 28 - 30 June 2017. http://www.sustainableplaces.eu/ The Me2 project recognizes that ICT platforms allow users to control energy consumption, as well as optimizing its energy efficiency in “smart cities”. Generally, energy-saving

inteGRIDy at Sustainable Places Conference

The inteGRIDy project was represented by Lena Holzner (Smart City Innovation Lab) at the Sustainable Places 2017 conference which took place in Middlesbrough, UK 28 - 30 June 2017. http://www.sustainableplaces.eu/ Energy firms respond to a dynamically changing business environment through innovative business models which are increasingly technology-focused and which engage consumers and other stakeholders in

SCIL presents at Green Business Week

On 15th March 2017, SCIL presented at Green Business Week. Green Business week is one of the largest knowledge transfer events in Portugal related to environmentally friendly practices. The event is organized by the AIP Foundation and took place at the Lisbon Congress Center from 15 to 17 March. The SCIL presented in the Knowledge

Smart City Innovation Award

On 2nd March 2017, the first edition of the Smart City Innovation Awards were held. This took place in the Ernst and Young room at Catolica Business School. Participants were all members of the Innovation Management Course in Catolica. The Jury, which comprised of the Vice President of Brisa Autoestradas de Portugal, Pedro Rocha e