A platform for discussion and exchange among public and private stakeholders that will focus on the contribution of innovation and research in relaunching Campania and the south of Italy in general.
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.
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.
Electric mobility is an expanding phenomenon, in terms of both supply and demand. In order to assess the dimensions of the phenomenon and the impact it could have on the industrial value chain of e-Mobility in Italy, The European House – Ambrosetti has set out a number of scenarios for the development of electric motor vehicles and the infrastructure network for recharging them.
Communication is becoming increasingly relevant and central to the competitive success of companies as a result of its strong impact on brand positioning, brand reputation and brand identity, all vital elements in the economic well-being of a business. Those who put communications strategy at the heart of their strategies, will be winners.
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.
Growth is the key issue for Italy.
Among the many causes of the current crisis in competitiveness, an aspect which emerges and clashes with the role and geographical position of Italy, is the under-optimization of its logistics system.
Innovation and technology can help improve citizens’ lifestyles, by offering production systems, processes and products able to change habits that pose a danger to health: this potential can, indeed must, be considered when it comes to defining public policies.
The Life Sciences sector— biotechnologies, pharmaceuticals and biomedical technologies— is one of the most promising high-tech areas and could become a real driver for growth and overall development for Italy and its economy.
Valerio De Molli presents on Rete Economy – SKY channel 512 the findings in the most recent Innovation Report which show that Italy is improving, but is still behind other European countries.