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Oct

25

2016

Italy-China Science, Technology and Innovation Week

From 25 Oct 2016 to 27 Oct 2016
Location: Italy, Italy
 

EBN Member Città della Scienza is hosting the Italy China Science, Technology & Innovation Week 2016 from 25 to 27 October in Bergamo, Bologna and Naples. 

EBN's CEO, Philippe Vanrie, will be speaking in the panel entitled Investing in Young Talents and Startups, on the subject of "The role of BICs and the vision of EBN in the European Start-up and Scale-up policy". 

This panel will provide a frame of national incentives and measures set up in both countries (Italy and China) to enhance creation and internationalisation of startups. In Italy several incentives related to creation of startups have been established by the Governement in the last years, helping new creation and development startup (i.e. Startup Rotational Fund, Smart&Start etc.) as well as incentives regarding internationalisation that help foreign entrepreneurs launching a startup in Italy (Startup Visa). China is strongly engaged in investing on young talents and startups, also through international cooperation projects. 

Other speakers in this session include Vincenzo Lipardi, CEO of Città della Scienza and a member of the EBN Board of Directors; Valeria Fascione, Regional Councillor for Internationalisation, Startup and Innovation in the Campania Region; Stefano Firpo, Director General for Industrial Policies, Competitiveness and SME of the Italian Ministry of Economic Development; among others.

More information about this event can be found here. 

 

Associated member: Città della Scienza
Published on 25-10-2016 00:00 by Cláudia Silva. 1951 page views

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