An opportunity to look into the future of service in manufacturing, explore new models of service science and the experiences of companies that have already followed the “data driven” service path.
Scientific research is our most valuable tool to produce new knowledge and thus, we must ensure that it is given the right amount of funding to protect and enhance the development and well-being of our societies.
In Italy, the life sciences sector is experiencing major growth thanks to the excellence of the country’s scientific research and the existence of a framework of enterprises which, despite the limitations inherent in being small-sized companies, have a good capacity for innovation.
A Memorandum of Understanding between The European House – Ambrosetti and the Wuxi Chamber of Commerce (China) to stimulate territorial investment and development.
Markets go global but differentiation grows; demand patterns evolve more and more rapidly. Fashion & Luxury Supply Chains are called for a leap in quality and the keywords are responsiveness and flexibility.
Through the Global Attractiveness Index The European House – Ambrosetti, in evaluating the attractiveness of country systems, has endeavored to build and transfer an approach and methodologies that are more objective and reliable than those used to-date.
Technology Forum Life Sciences – 3rd edition
Tuesday and Wednesday, September 26 and 27, 2017
Museo della Scienza e della Tecnologia “Leonardo da Vinci”
Via San Vittore, 21 – 20123 Milan.
The study by The European House – Ambrosetti, in collaboration with Ferrovie dello Stato Italiane (the Italian National Railway), provides a picture of the reasons why, in Italy, mass transit is not the cornerstone of urban mobility, as is the case in the most successful examples in many European nations.
The real impact of Brexit is linked to the result of the negotiations between the European Union and the United Kingdom and the scenario that seems to emerge shows that neither the EU nor the UK will likely see an improvement in their conditions as a result of London’s exit from the EU.
Because of the heightened relevance that is emerging around the theme of machine replacement of humans in national and international debate, the Ambrosetti Club thought it worthwhile to be at the center of a more in-depth discussion launching a process
of reflection aimed at providing an independent assessment of the real impact this phenomenon will have for Italy.