The “Liguria 2022” project of The European House–Ambrosetti was developed with the goal of providing a pro-active contribution in defining a new vision of regional development, representing what a territory intends becoming in the medium- to long-term.
This report contains the results of the study the Innovation and Technology Community carried out during 2016-2017, and which offers a wealth of statistics, comparisons and points for reflection to aid policymakers and business leaders in accelerating innovation in Italy.
The heart of European innovation is not London, Berlin or Paris. It is a small city in Flanders: Leuven. This is the conclusion reached by the annual ranking prepared by Reuters of the most innovative universities in Europe, a list which identifies and classifies the best institutes—those truly capable of influencing the global economy.
Concluded the cycle of three Ambrosetti Live webinars dedicated to the results in taking on the theme of energy as an enabling factor in good team performance and a distinctive element in successful organizations.
Italy is well positioned to partner with ASEAN Countries, given the relevance of its AD&S industry. More specifically, Italian players have a strong international vocation, showing high R&D intensity and adopting a systemic approach capable to generate positive effects at local level.
Agriculture is vital for economic growth and competitiveness of the ASEAN area. Yet, to fully benefit from opportunities, ASEAN countries have to overcome few structural challenges.
ASEAN Countries have identified the strengthening of connectivity as a key priority for the area. It is also a tool for successfully addressing the main challenges ahead. The underlying strategy is set out in the “Master Plan on ASEAN Connectivity 2025″.
Italian trade and economic relations with ASEAN Countries are steadily increasing, but are still below their potential. Major opportunities are opening up in several sectors and in particular in the high-tech and R&D-intensive industries.
A platform based on truth and trust at the base of the digital revolution in the finance and insurance sector. The risk for companies is to approach this evolution from a partial point-of-view, either solely strategic or solely technological.
The future of fashion depends on the ability to address and tackle the challenges on the industrial front. The European House – Ambrosetti and the managers of leading fashion companies working together to map out the path to evolution.