DNA Cascais announces its new CEO
DNA Cascais, a non profit entrepreneurial organization based in Cascais, announces its new CEO, on its 10th anniversary. Pedro Loureiro started his new challenge in April. He has developed a career in banking and has also worked in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
The new leader for all entrepreneurship business in Cascais is 40 years old and is a Portuguese manager familiarized with the national business ecosystem. Pedro also provided consultancy for startups in London.
With a 13-year career in banking and 2 years in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Pedro has also been in contact with corporate activity. He is a graduate by the University of Coimbra in Management.
In a recent statement, the new man in charge says that “DNA is a project with firm beliefs and it is with great honor that I accept this challenge by maintaining and continuing to develop our national and international scale”.
About DNA Cascais:
We are a non-profit organization, named Agência DNA Cascais – Cascais, um Concelho Empreendedor (Cascais, an Entrepreneurial Municipality).
DNA Cascais’s aims to contribute, using every adequate means, to the promotion, incentive and development of entrepreneurship in general, especially focusing on the promotion of social and young entrepreneurship in Cascais.
We are a Business Incubation Centre that in the past 10 years has helped to create more than 292 companies (led to the creation of 1515 jobs) with an estimated value of 62 million euros.
DNA has one of the biggest entrepreneurial school programs in Portugal. In the past 10 years has reached more than 18.000 students, 50 schools and 2 universities in Cascais (ESHTE and ESSA) in its Entrepreneurial School Program.