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Italian Tech Week, Turin convenes the week of technology: 50 leading companies
Fifty national and international companies, forty events in twenty places in the city, and a hundred testimonies: the numbers of the Italian Tech Week, a little more than a month, from the 24th to the 30th of June, will gather in Turin, the excellence of Italian and european committed to building the future of business and society. “This is an initiative non-profit organization that wants to reaffirm the centrality of Italy and Turin in the european map of the technology and that offers many interesting ideas, all free of charge, both for the general public as well as for professionals,” says Andrea Griva, a vice president of the SIX - School of Entrepreneurship & Innovation, which coordinates the organization's spread of the week.

Among the guests at the Ogr-Six-Turin Forum will take place on the 28 June, Fabiola Gianotti, dg of Cern and Daniel Ek, founder of Spotify, was interviewed by John Elkann. Itw is a non-profit project, promoted by eleven associations and institutions in the turin area: School of Entrepreneurship and Innovation (Sei), the Chamber of Commerce, the University and the Politecnico, Compagnia San Paolo and Fondazione Crt, Ogr, Club of Investors, the Turin Social Impact, Foundation Links, and the Industrial Union. The Main corporate sponsor of the national Railways. The events will not be paid. The week opens with the feast of San Giovanni, where dozens of volunteers will explain the technology to the general public and will conclude in the weekend with 250 young people who will create the innovative project, the largest ever attempted in Italy: 48 hours to create from scratch an idea of the tech that responds to real problems.

“Italy spends 1.4% of Gdp in research and development, while in Piemonte the expenditure is equal to 2.2%) and one in ten of the manufacturing sector works in medium and high technological intensity . The change can be disorienting but it is not to be afraid," recalls Griva. "It's the beginning of a revolution that aims to root out those who we train. We are trying to instill in the engineers the ability to innovate. Need engineers more social. We will become a showcase of 150 of the technologies born in Italy", explains the rector of the Polytechnic, Guido Saracco. "This is an initiative - said the mayor Chiara Appendino - that makes us proud. Torino gives a lot of on the forefront of innovation with an ecosystem that accompanies the technological revolution". © Reproduction reserved
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