Guest Info

Miguel Alves Ribeiro is a leading entrepreneur, founder, and CEO of Sheerme in Portugal. He is a special advisor to the PM and is credited for Zomato’s international growth. He is also passionate about digital marketing and business.

About the Show

In this captivating episode, Rajan Nazran embarks on a journey back to Portugal to reunite with a dear friend and visionary entrepreneur, Miguel Alves Ribeiro. Formerly at the forefront of European expansion for Zomato, a leading digital platform from India, Miguel is now the brilliant mind behind Sheerme.

Miguel’s introspection on his life leads to a remarkable conversation, delving into the profound connection between Portugal and India, his unique perspective on what it means to embody “Indianness,” the importance of stepping out of comfort zones, and practical strategies for navigating parenthood in the digital era. This uplifting dialogue unravels the extraordinary experiences that have shaped Miguel’s life as an entrepreneur, leaving a lasting impact.

He also emphasises the crucial role of having a mentor at the outset of any new venture. A mentor provides invaluable guidance, offering insights on actions to take or avoid. Migue Ribeirol expresses his deep appreciation for the opportunity to collaborate with an Indian company and contribute to its success. His perspective on the digital landscape is refreshingly distinct, highlighting how it has transcended boundaries imposed on people. Through his captivating narrative, we discover Portugal’s reputation as the “Silicon Valley of Europe” and how novelty can inspire and transform young minds in his homeland.

As our conversation draws to a close, we gain an insight into his emotions and thoughts, allowing us to understand him on a deeper level. It is a testament to his authenticity and openness.

Tune into this uplifting conversation that brings together an incredible life so far as an extraordinary entrepreneur.

Produced by Global Indian Series for the Global Indian Network.
Script by Rajan Nazran
original idea: Rajan Nazran

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