AIP incubator supports 8 startups within the scope of the StartUp Visa program Under the StartUP Visa, a program to host foreign entrepreneurs who intend to develop an entrepreneurship and/or innovation project in Portugal, and which allows the granting of a residence visa or residence permit for immigrant entrepreneurs, the Portuguese Industrial Association (AIP) has eight international start-ups in its AIP HUB certified incubator, in a total of 19 entrepreneurs, in the installation phase. Four of the companies are from Iran, three from Brazil and one from Oman.

Among those from Iran, GSECBOX aims to design an innovative cybersecurity platform that aims to reduce the time it takes to detect system vulnerabilities, combining artificial intelligence with experts in the field. PedraCare intends to develop new formulations related to chemical products consumed in the stone production industries, focused on UV-curing adhesives and also epoxy products. At DiaBeat, entrepreneurs are developing a platform, based on artificial intelligence, simple and accessible for people with diabetes that allows them to monitor the behaviors and activities of the patient's life. Thus, the platform will help users to monitor and store important data that can later be shared with their doctors. MyMealy's project aims to design a platform whose objective is to reduce food waste, connecting neighbors and food consumers with all types of food suppliers and retailers, such as restaurants, grocery stores, bakeries and hotels that have unsold and surplus food.

Of the start-ups from Brazil, at Integrare the entrepreneur aims to integrate the hospital care network, the emergency room and its various systems, creating an integrated management platform for the supply chain of medicines and hospital products. At Facilities app, entrepreneurs intend to create a service app, namely cleaning, that unites professionals and customers, in order to easily guarantee quality and safe services. The Clubbe Pay project aims to create a cashback platform, which involves setting up a virtual storefront so that companies, especially small and medium-sized ones, can advertise their products and customers can recover part of the money they spent (cashback).

Finally, at Gillani, from Oman, the entrepreneur intends to provide services in the areas of accounting, information technology, software development, auditing and financial and management consulting, in order to optimize the entire internal functioning of the client company.