Nowadays cities are faced with key challenges such as technological acceleration or job transformation and, no doubt, the consequences from those disruptions will be felt more intensely in urban centres such as Lisbon. But cities are also live laboratories, booming with experimentation, prototypes, new solutions and commitments from different stakeholders: from citizens to government, startups, creatives and big corporations alike have a role to play.
To put this challenges in the agenda of our city, Lisbon City Council in partnership with the World Economic Forum and ISEG Executive Education is holding the Conference “LISBOA ROADMAP FOR THE FUTURE OF WORK” and lay the foundation to build a Strategic Map for the Future of Work in Lisbon.
Not only that but for the first time ever, we’ll be finding first hand insights about Lisbon’s ecosystem through the lens of LinkedIn’s Economic Graph.
We invite you to join us on the 21st of November at 16:30 at Museu da Eletricidade and be part of the conversation.