From 25 to 28 June 2019 Turin becomes the capital of technology: the Italian Tech Week (ITW) is a week of meetings with innovative entrepreneurs, business angels and international investors, presentation of startups and scaleups, experiences of social enterprises, exhibition of technologies for industry and for the school, workshops on digital professions and events with the protagonists of the global tech scene.

The scheduled initiatives, all for free and with different access and participation methods, include conferences, workshops, meetings with innovative entrepreneurs, moments of confrontation with investors, venture capital fund managers, start-up and scale-up presentations, technology exposure advanced, seminars for students and professionals, debates with the protagonists of the global tech entrepreneurship scene and workshops for children. The realization of a painting in an urban park in Turin will also be held with a fleet of drones with an autonomous flight.

The program of the initiatives, with details on how to get information and eventually to book for the different events, will be continually updated: it is already now You can discover the first initiatives confirmed at

Twenty companies, associations, consortia and non-profit organizations, both national and international, are planning further initiatives, which will be implemented in collaboration with ITW. In the coming weeks, the program will be completed, enriched by numerous opportunities, both for the general public and for professionals.

Turin Social Impact will be present in the schedule of Italian Tech Week with a debate between national and European innovators, investors and third sector organizations in order to identify solutions, enabling factors and ways of hybridization between technological innovation and social entrepreneurship.

An opportunity to understand how technology and digital can contribute to the development of a new generation of social impact-oriented entrepreneurs, able to combine solutions for emerging social problems with economically sustainable business models.