Grupo Boticário puts its innovation efforts in digital technologies to an international level with the opening of a technology hub in Lisbon, Portugal.

The aim of the Brazilian group is to attract international talents living in Portugal, a country which has taken a series of measures to promote remote working and residence of young digital experts. Grupo Boticário hopes to strengthen the development of digital and technological solutions likely to boost its operations.

The company thus offers several positions for professionals from all over the world who inhabit Portugal and are authorized to work in the country. The company is seeking developers, UX specialists and experts in digital products. Remote work is possible but staff may be required to be present in the group’s office in Lisbon when necessary. Remuneration and benefits will be aligned with those of the company’s employees in Portugal.

Although located in Portugal, the hub’s staff will report to the company’s technical team in Brazil and will bring their expertise to the implementation of services and solutions aimed at Brazilian brands and operations.

We are constantly on the lookout for trends and upshifts in the digital market, which includes integrating new initiatives to attract the best talents to the Group. Between 2020 and 2021, we have tripled the number of technicians recruited and our team increased by 206%. Today, we employ more than two thousand people dedicated to the development of digital and technological solutions and innovations,” said Daniel Knopfholz, Vice President of Digital and Technology at Grupo Boticário. "The launch of this technology hub in Portugal expands our possibilities, we are already looking for professionals on a global scale in one of the largest technology centres in the world", adds the executive.

Grupo Boticário has been present in Portugal for more than 35 years and operates 59 physical stores under the O Boticário and Quem Disse Berenice? brands and employs 500 people in the country.