You have a plan, we'll make it happen.
Snap! is specialized in consulting, accelerating and funding the development of disruptive innovation at European and International scale.
We accumulate the knowledge of several years of experience in mastering the European support framework for innovative Startups and SMEs.
We believe openness and transparency are basic in any business relationship and we take it serious from the beginning. We are enthusiastic about all our customers projects and want them to succeed as badly as they do, or more!
“Don’t refrain from asking, we won’t avoid suggesting”Contact Us
Financing & Funding
Every innovation process requires an initial investment. Be it in working hours or capital, nothing comes without effort.
We’ll apply plenty of the first to make sure you get enough of the second.
Be it public or private, subsidies, loans or equity, we know where to go, and will take you there.
IPR & Freedom to Operate
Innovators often struggle with Intellectual Property Rights: “Are we infringing property rights?”, “Is there any IPR potential in what we do?”, “How can we protect our product?”.
We use several years of innovation experience and the best experts available to answer these questions.
Getting to know its market is key for any business.
Profiling and defining targets, quantifying the market potential of a product or service, characterizing market perspectives and even competitors will make for more informed business strategy planning and effective management.
Innovation & Business Consulting
Years of working and innovating with the greatest clients, from Startups to SMEs, large corporations to venture capital, translates into being there to support the toughest decisions too.
We’ll share our experience, benchmark other’s and sit in your office for days if we have too!
We place a lot of who we are in everything you plan to do.
Nuno Brito Jorge
"I am an environmental engineer, a dedicated entrepreneur and an innovation and renewable energy enthusiast. I have over 10 years professional experience covering environmental, energy and innovation policy, innovation and funding consulting, and renewable energy project development and funding.
I take a hands-on approach, like to collaborate with planning business strategies and solving challenges but also have a thing for spreadsheets. They work just fine!
Father of three, I love nature, travelling - mostly backpacking and roadtripping - and the wild southwestern coastal landscapes of Portugal."
“I have an MSc in Mechanical Engineering from Instituto Superior Técnico (IST), and started my career working as a Technical Assistant in the European Parliament in Brussels. I’ve worked as a Project Coordinator for European Research & Innovation projects (FP7 and H2020) since 2011, and have been involved in more than 30 projects with a focus on SMEs, user-centric open innovation (Living Labs & Design Thinking), Open Data, Energy Efficiency and Smart Cities.
I got accepted in 2015 in the MIT Portugal Sustainable Energy Systems PhD at IST, but chose instead to start SNAP! Solutions with Nuno and together disrupt the status-quo of SME European funding in Portugal.
I actively scout the Portuguese entrepreneurship ecosystem for innovative start-ups and projects that have the potential to harness funding and love working at our clients’s premises”
"I am an experienced Project & People Manager with a demonstrated history in coordinating International Multilingual Operations for tech multinationals such as Microsoft and Facebook. Skilled in Cross-Cultural Communications, Coaching and Negotiation, I have worked for the European Commission and love helping companies advance to their fullest potential.
Diving in the Lisbon startup scene made me further strengthen my conviction that innovation and creativity require a proper method, management, and process in order to excel.
Eternally curious, I enjoy discovering nature and culture through constant travel and lifelong learning. With a side passion for the Arts, I am conducting my Academic research on Arts Market innovation, in Universidade Católica Portuguesa."