Milano Digital Week also serves as meeting point and as a provider of food for thoughts for startuppers and innovators under 35, as well as for students aged 6 to 25.
The third edition, from 25 to 30 May, 2020 of the Milano Digital Week represents an opportunity for citizens, companies, institutions, millennials, universities and research centres to reflect and confront each other on various subjects such as work, health, the environment, culture, economics and media.
For four days Milan Digital Week virtually involves the city in talks, conferences and meetings revolving around new technologies and innovation.
The claim of this year’s edition has been switched from “Milano città aumentata” (the Italian for “Milan an augmented city) to “Città Trasformata” (transformed city), to better reflect the need of people to imagine new means for inclusivity after the lockdown. Held for the first time on its online version, the event focuses on social inclusion and sustainable innovation.
Milano Digital Week offers a vast array of online events – some of which are broadcasted with closed doors at some of Milan’s museums and cultural hubs – among conferences, talks, workshops.
Source: Milano Digital Week