+ About Us +
BACKPACK BENEFÍCIO, BELTIMORE SERIES
Rui Café Estevão
With extensive experience in the mass consumer market in a multinational, he later joined a Portuguese communications group, performing management functions for the areas of brand activation and digital marketing.Responsible for the management of a group of 120 pharmacies, he recently launched a company in the field of nutraceuticals. Throughout his career, he has always sought to innovate and differentiate himself as a way of creating value.
Originally from Lahore, Pakistan, Mohammad arrived in Portugal in 2004 and decided to make Lisbon his home. Having worked at Royal Leather Industries Ltd in Pakistan, Mohammad had sound knowledge of working with textiles and leather and so decided to base his business on what he knew and what Lisbon needed. He opened his tailor´s shop in 2005. Today by contributing to projects like this one, Mohammad feels he can develop and grow his creativity and techniques.
Ana Laranjero Serrazina
Ana moved to Lisbon in 2004, to study Arquitectural design at FAL. Once completed, Ana grabbed her backpack and worked in south America for 2 years, bringing back unforgettable and inspiring images and memories. Inspired and with sustainable ideals, Ana created K3YBOARD, a jewelry project re-using computer keyboard keys as the prime material. Rapidly developing from a hobby to a full-time job, Ana´s decision to embark on this adventure with us is based on the conceptual similarities found in both brands.
All you can do for the planet in one place.
We aim to make sustainable and ecological decisions for day-to-day life as easy as can be. As an online sustainable market, we connect companies and consumers thus creating a large-scale positive impact. By aggregating, promoting and selling all the environmentally conscious solutions available in the marketplace, we are making it easy for everyone to become more sustainable as well as facilitating the growth of the most important market in history.
Loja! da Produção Criativa
We are the LOJA! (shop) a new concept of Creative Production. With this new concept of ours, we brought to the graphics production and general communications market: innovation and constant change. We pride ourselves on placing creativity and this concept as our priorities. We offer suggestions and insight into the best choice of techniques and materials and control all stages of the production with quality and accuracy.
We are in a constant state of development and can safely say we will soon have more to come.
A small family-owned company founded in 1890, located in one of Lisbon´s oldest neighborhoods, Campolide – that has kept up with the times.
They provide innovative laser cutting and engraving services, and enable the development and improvement of ideas through creative processes with perfect finishes and end products.
Valorcar is a private non-profit equity whose main object is to answer to the challenges of managing the European and national End of Life vehicle legislation, by organizing and managing the collection, recycling and recovery of this waste, thus improving the environmental, economic and social performance of its management in Portugal.
Founded in 1995, BATISTAS, S.A. currently occupies over 100.000m2 of land at Quinta de São Julião e Nabais, in Azambuja. Half of its facilities are designated to their industrial activity, with the remaining land designated as Green Protected area. It is here that Batista S.A. dismantles the End-of-Life vehicles; the cutting, fragmentation and subsequent sorting. These materials are then sent to be recycled and the remaining waste is sent to environmentally appropriate destinations.
An aimless story-teller and dream-maker. Advertising was the easy route for Rui, however his knack for numbers steered him in a different direction. A creative amongst the rational and a rational creative, he’s a great guy all round, who feeds off the energy of sound, a rebellious and insatiable soul always on the search.
At the age of 9 I knew I belonged to the art world. Defining myself is hard, I’m curious, restless and eternally dissatisfied, and have a love for many of the visual arts, among them cinema and contemporary photography. The path I take is to always be on the prowl.
At the age of five, someone published a tale to me -” once upon a time there was a shoelace and a shoe, and then the shoelace ran away.” Around my twelve birthday a drawing of snow white gave a bike as a prize. In me the hope of being recognized as a talented writer or to be a brilliant painter. Everything has faded over the years. Spoken Drawings, maps, they began to occupy my attention. Graduated in Geography, Postgraduate in urban planning and in Innovation Policies. Daily life assumes its natural course, not without scribbling the most varied deviations (Nariz Entupido, Umbigo and other publications) and many nights out, because you never know at what time the sun is born.
A suit-less, tie-less engineer with the constant need to stretch the working day beyond the 9-5. Guided by my passions, I’m veered beyond the usual everyday rigid business routine, where not a lot of thought is put into the how, I flow between things I don’t quite understand. That is how I came across Nariz Entupido and will continue to do so without quite knowing what else I will find.
Sandra de Almeida
Sandra started out in sports, went to architecture school, studied languages, worked as a waitress and ended up in film distribution. Sandra currently manages social media and is the managing director of Shortcutz Lisboa, a short-film international movement. With a passion for music and travel, there’s nothing better than joining your passions and flying anywhere to go to a concert. She keeps doing what she does, whilst figuring out what it is she wants to do.
I’m a hard-working, big dreamer from Lisbon, who wants and tries to be an example of her generation. My professional path has been as a television reporter and producer, and I currently have two television shows on Spot Mais that allow me to do what I like best – brining light to people who are worth talking about and putting my guests on the spot. It’s all just a matter of going along with it…
Nuno Galvão Correia
Nuno started out in photography after various roles in magazines and newspapers and founder of some publications, he specialized in food photography an area that consolidates photographic advertising and packaging. He is a photographer that deepened his technical and artistic aspects of the food photographic production, which occupies 70 percent of his current professional activity. Food editorial: Blue Cooking. Editorials that keep him busy in the kitchen: Máxima, Elle, Máxima Interiores, Vogue, Wine ou Espiral do Tempo.
Paulo founded Dot Flow in 2013. He runs in the Portuguese advertising circles, which he has known well since 1999, with a great deal of experience in national and international advertising agencies. He has also partnered with post-production photography studios. He combines his technical skills to his dedication and eye for detail. Dot Flows work revolves around photography which Paulo develops subtly and with visual realism.