On 15 April, a working meeting was held by the Advisory Board of Network for International Cooperation on Technology Commercialization (NICTC), the network which aims to foster international cooperation in the field of technology transfer.
The Global Compact is the largest corporate sustainability initiative in the world, with nearly 13,000 signatory companies from over 160 countries. It was created in 2000 to promote a global economy that respects human and labor rights, protects the environment and fights against corruption.
The program launched by the Italian Government promotes the implementation of projects, including experimental ones, to reduce educational poverty through educational and cultural activities for minors.
The initiative, promoted by ANCI, in agreement with the Italian Presidency of the Council of Ministers, which aims for the relaunch of the territories, through the direct involvement of young people
The program was dedicated to scientific cooperation and to the internationalization of innovative startups and SMEs. The final took place in Qingdao on December 29.
The Heritage SmartLab project,, which SPICI has developed for the Cluster Basilicata Creativa, aims to create a European Digital Innovation Hub in Southern Italy.
On December 17, over 180 experts took part in the work of the workshop to promote scientific, technological and cultural cooperation between Iran and Italy.
The panel which aims to promote scientific, technological and cultural cooperation between Iran and Italy will be held on 17 December. The opportunities for interaction and technology transfer between universities, incubators, research centers, and science and technology parks of the two countries will be discussed.
Numerous meetings were organized between 17 African tech hubs and 15 European tech hubs with the aim of promoting internationalization and gaining a deeper understanding of the innovative ecosystems of the two continents.
The webinar on “Tourism and Economy” was held in the presence of Hamid Bayat, Ambassador of Iran in Italy, Augusto Di Giacinto, Director of the Italian Trade Agency in Iran, and Vincenzo Lipardi, President of SPICI.