Land-based ecosystems are and will increasingly be affected by global challenges. What lessons have we learned from managing the Covid-19 pandemic?
Investment, technology transfer, entrepreneurial culture, and virtuous relationships with institutions are all essential to creating an effective innovation ecosystem. At the regional level, there are a large number of public and private actors who invest their resources and collaborate in the exploitation of research results, the development of new knowledge, the adoption of new technologies and innovation in all economic and social sectors. What is the role of territorial innovation ecosystems in addressing global challenges? What are the best "collaborative networks" in Italy and abroad?
Vice President of Culture, University and Research, TUSCANY REGION
General Manager, AREA SCIENCE PARK
Councillor for Digital Transformation and Civic Services, MUNICIPALITY OF MILAN
Managing Partner & CEO, The European House - Ambrosetti; Director of London’s Ambrosetti Group Limited
Councillor for Internationalization, Start Up and Innovation, CAMPANIA REGION
Editorial Director, The New's Room
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, PHILIP MORRIS ITALIA
Managing General Partner & Co-Founder, Pitango Venture Capital; Chairman of the Board of Directors, The Peres Center for Peace and Innovation, PITANGO VENTURE CAPITAL
Councillor for School, University, Research, Digital Agenda, EMILIA ROMAGNA REGION
The European House - Ambrosetti
Valerio De Molli
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