The Italian Tech Week press conference will be held on Monday 20 May at 12.00 at the Salone d’Onore of Castello del Valentino (Viale Mattioli, 39 – Turin).
Over a month from the beginning (24-30 June 2019), the promoters of the Italian Tech Week present to the press the contents of the initiative: dozens of events related to technology and innovation – spread throughout the Turin area and organized by about 30 public and private subjects – concentrated during the same week. The program includes events aimed at a professional audience, training opportunities and moments of confrontation for anyone interested in understanding the new development possibilities offered by technology applied to industry and to services, in the social, educational and economic fields.
On behalf of the promoters, the contents and aims of the initiative will be illustrated by:Gianmaria Ajani, Rector of the University of TurinAndrea Griva, Vice-President of SEI – School of Entrepreneurship and InnovationVincenzo Ilotte, President of the Turin Chamber of CommerceMatteo Pessione, Chief Operating Officer of OGR and CRT FoundationPaolo Mulassano, Chief Innovation Officer of Compagnia di SanpaoloGiancarlo Rocchietti, President of the Investors ClubGuido Saracco, Rector of the Polytechnic of TurinChiara Appendino, Mayor of Turin
Reale Mutua and Torino Social Impact organize the event “Impact-Ability” (scheduled for June 27th), in collaboration with Il sole24Ore, Lavazza and Dynamo Camp: a debate among traditional for-profit companies, innovators and financial investors and third sector organizations to merge the ability to intentionally produce positive social impacts and to generate economic and financial profitability. It will be an opportunity to understand how technological experimentation and hybridization of skills can contribute to developing business models capable of responding to social challenges by integrating innovation and economic sustainability.
ITW is a non-profit project promoted by the Turin Chamber of Commerce, the Investors Club, Compagnia di San Paolo, CRT Foundation, LINKS Foundation, OGR, Turin Polytechnic, School of Entrepreneurship and Innovation (SEI), Torino Social Impact, Industrial Union of Turin and University of Turin. ITW is realized in collaboration with the MISE / UIBM and has received the patronage of the City of Turin and the Piedmont Region.
Italian Tech Week: press conference
di Torino Social Impact
Published on: 15 May 2019