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The House Club

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The House Club is the next level of exclusive. Become a member  and unlock additional exclusive benefits to grow your network of peers and extend your business connections.

Becoming a member of  The House Club provides you with access to much more than just attending the lunches and will be a valuable part of your business development activity.

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  • As a member of Exclusive Business you become part of a collaborative group of senior business people who understand the importance of forming valuable business relationships.

  • Members can use the PR around our events to grow their own profile, tagging yourself in our tweets and circulating Linked in posts to extend your own social reach.

  • You will have access to a network of decision makers across a wide sector of industries.

  • You have access to The House of Portugal team to provide professional introductions.

  • As a member, you will benefit of discount rates on our services a a broad scope of free consultations and events per years, ranging from export promotion to funding and financing advisory.


We invite you to join The House Club and experience a new way to consolidate valuable business connections , in a privileged, trustworthy environment.


The structure of this membership is according to the size of your company as set by European definitions.

Knowledge sharing

Meet companies already operating in Angola, Namibia, South Africa, Mauritius, Mozambique, Zambia, and get valuable information about how to do business in Africa.

Discuss business

Discuss business opportunities in Africa with potential clients, technological partners, agents, distributors, universities, faculties of applied sciences, municipalities, regulators, commercial banks, investment and funding agencies, consultants, growth accelerators, legal and financial advisors, cluster stakeholders, high level government officials and diplomats 

Network Opportunities

It´s about knowing the right people when doing business in Northern America, Europe and Southern Africa and Europe. Meet the right people with the competences you need for scaling up your business.

Gateway to Diplomacy

Meet the African diplomats resident in the Nordics and learn more about the local political agenda in the African countries and receive the support of Canadian and Nordic Embassies, Trade Offices and Chambers of Commerce in Southern Africa.

Our partners

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Choose your pricing plan

  • Coimbra

    Every month
    Micro Start-up, Pre income 0 to €5 million annual turnover
    Valid for 12 months
    • Knowledge sharing
    • Discuss business
    • Gateway to diplomacy
  • Porto

    Every year
    SME - More than €5 million annual turnover or 6-50 employees
    • Discuss business
    • Gateway to diplomacy
    • Network opportunities
  • Funchal

    Every year
    Midcap - + €70 million annual turnover or 51- 250 employees
    • Discuss business
    • Gateway to diplomacy
    • Network opportunities


"..Ms Ines Mendes, ... was responsible for the broad development of Canadian commercial relations with the southern tier of Africa, with specific emphasis on Angola, Zimbabwe and Mozambique. Her span of interest involved trade in goods and services, as well as investment, and her activities focused on the provision of professional advice and support to Canadian companies wishing to enter the southern African market, and African firms investigating Canada as a location...Ms. Mendes conducted her work with diligence and integrity, and contributed in a material way to the advancement of the goals of the High Commission's business development team... I highly recommend her to your attention..."

J. Gregory Goldhawk, Head of Office,  Canadian Trade Office, Johannesburg

"..Inês Mendes, ... tasks has included research, report writing and facilitating of high level meetings for both the Embassy and Danish companies operating in Angola. One of her major achievements has been the planning and executing of an economic forum for Danish companies in Angola. She possesses great knowledge of the country and the private sector structure. She furthermore has an impressive network network and she also masters Portuguese both as spoken and written language and understands the cultural aspects of doing business in Angola very well..."

H. E. Trine Rask Thygesen, Ambassador, Royal Danish Embassy in South Africa

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