Innovation and Research Made In Italy get stronger in the USA market

Piccola Industria of Confindustria Liguria, Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia and Miami Scientific Italian Community sign an agreement to support Italian technologies in the US market and offer a joint platform for American companies


Piccola Industria of Confindustria Liguria, Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia (IIT) and Miami Scientific Italian Community (MSIC) signed a collaboration agreement in Genoa to export Made in Italy technologies and to mutually support the investment and development on their territories of new companies, especially those with a high rate of technological innovation.

The partnership strengthens the strategic alliance between Miami Scientific Italian Community and Piccola Industria of the Regional Confindustria to give more value to the patents of young Italian talents in the U.S. market. A unique offer that will favor SMEs, StartUPs and SpinOffs with a high rate of innovation that want to establish themselves in the U.S. market. The great novelty contained in the agreement is the joint offer of Piccola Industria Liguria, IIT and MSIC in order to attract American companies, offering them the excellence in innovation, research, technology transfer and Infrastructure present in the Liguria territory.

“Together with our colleagues in the Liguria Regional Committee of Piccola Industria”, said President Renato Goretta, “we considered this agreement as strategic because of the opportunity it represents. In fact, by having a facilitating channel, a showcase, on the U.S. territory and beyond, we will be able to allow our companies to face those markets with greater awareness. Vice versa, being privileged interlocutors on the Liguria territory for American Companies and research centers will be able to represent a further possibility for the development of our businesses”. Goretta continued: ” Finally, the participation today of Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia and, soon, we hope, of the Universitá di Genova, two recognized excellences, fills us with pride and certifies that we are on the right path.”

Giorgio Metta, IIT Scientific Director: “Our institute is international, half of our research staff comes from abroad, we have representatives from more than 60 countries in our laboratories. On the other hand, our roots are in the Liguria territory, which has all the right cards to host a high-profile technological ecosystem. The Partnership with Piccola Industria and MSIC goes precisely in that direction, demonstrating even outside Italian borders that Liguria can play a leadership role in the panorama of High Tech Made in Italy and that our institute can represent a resource for the entrepreneurial sector also at the international level”.

Fabio De Furia, President of Miami Scientific Italian Community noted: “The agreement represents an important piece to our medium and long-term strategy, in addition to continue exporting and internationalizing our knowledge. The Liguria territory can become a catalyst for companies and investments for which we can offer expertise and technologies; an innovative infrastructure platform for the European market also in view of the big Horizon Europe programme”




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