Share Algarve returns in October, but until then there are “talks” at Café Calcinha

First “Share Talk” took place this Friday, February 24

Photo: Mariana Carriço | Sul Informação

Café Calcinha, several guests and the sharing of ideas is what can be expected from the “Share Talks”, the initiative that every month aims to «create interest and motivation for the great event that will be Share Algarve 2023», which returns in October. 

The news was revealed this Friday, February 24, by Jorge Cabaço, responsible for the project, during the first “ShareTalk”, who was invited Beau McClellan. The designer, who moved to the Algarve 30 years ago, spoke about his professional experience and what inspires his creative processes.

«It was precisely in a café that the Share Algarve, as a concept of sharing and exchanging ideas and that is precisely what will happen here. We are going to share what is the experience of the speakers in various initiatives before the final event», explained Jorge Cabaço to Sul Informação. 


Photo: Mariana Carriço | Sul Informação


Until then, every month, it is at Café Calcinha, in Loulé, that creatives and lovers of digital marketing, innovation and technology gather.

«There will be international speakers, as well as national ones, all with one thing in common: the passion for the Algarve. We started precisely with Beau McClellan, who has been with us for over 30 years and is proof that, from the Algarve to the world, we can position ourselves», concluded Jorge Cabaço.

At 9:30 am this Friday, Café Calcinha, which reopened in January, to «give soul and life to the city of Loulé», it was already full with those who wanted to watch Share Talk.

Next month, the meeting will have Adam Haywood as a guest. The date and time will be announced here



Photos: Mariana Sedge | Sul Informação



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