The event, organized by Piccola Industria Confindustria (Italy), will return in the United States, in synergy with the Miami Scientific Italian Community, to promote the spread of the Made in Italy business culture.
Consiglio Centrale Piccola Industria Confindustria Firma Dichiarazione d’Intenti tra MAECI e Piccola Industria Confindustria.
Nella Notte dei ricercatori’, manifestazione promossa dall’Unione Europea il 28 settembre per sensibilizzare l’opinione pubblica ai temi della ricerca e dell’innovazione, il Cnr organizza molti eventi a Milano, Pavia, Mestre, Padova, Parma, Bologna, Firenze, Pisa, Roma, Napoli, Caserta, Lecce, Bari, Potenza, Rende (Cs), Catanzaro, Palermo, Catania.
The aim is to support, with specific events and publications, the development of smart ecosystems, starting with schools, to spread the design literacy, the propensity toward innovation and co-participation as agents of change and drivers of social innovation and territorial development.
Serve una classe dirigente di qualità che lavori per il bene comune, così Fabio De Furia interviene in merito alla crisi di #cultura politica che sta coinvolgendo il nostro Paese e sollecita un atto di responsabilità che abbia un solo percorso di contenuti a tutela e interesse dei cittadini e...
Scientific research, innovation and technological know-how strategic assets of Italian companies
Made in Italy: Not only food and fashion – We are ready to export and make our talents and technologies known
Facilitate the creation of institutional information networks between Italy and United States on issues and opportunities offered by both markets, intercept and share new business models and innovative strategies and generate outgoing and incoming processes by permanently monitoring the territory.
Miami Boat Show – De Furia (MSIC): Increasing export “Made in Italy” through innovation, design and technology
Italian navigation presents its excellences at the Miami International Boat Show in Florida
The National Day of Small and Medium Enterprises organized by Piccola Industria of Confindustria, held for the first time in the United States.
The United States and Italy have much in common, not just the creativity of the people, but also in the way that we are organized. Small, family-oriented, and medium-sized enterprises are at the core of our business culture, and we both value entrepreneurship and innovation.