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June 2019: Launch of Italian Tech Week!

Italian Tech Week a Torino

For four days, from Tuesday 25th to Friday 28th June 2019, SEICamera di Commercio di Torino, Club degli Investitori, Compagnia di Sanpaolo, OGR, Politecnico di Torino and Università di Torino will create a programme rich of initiatives involving Italian and European leaders in the world of technology, culture and innovation such as Baker Hughes-GE, CLN, Collège des Ingénieurs, ENEL, FabLab Torino, FCA, Fondazione Agnelli, Google, IREN, Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia, Magneti Marelli, Netval, Share Festival, SNAM, Talent Garden, Toolbox, UniCredit and others.

The pilot edition of Italian Tech Week – for which the patronage of MISE and City of Turin has been requested – will host more than 15 events, including conferences and seminars for students, professionals, fundraising for start-ups, expo of cutting-edge technologies, debates open to the public and meetings with the leaders of the global tech business scene.

Public institutions and private companies are inviting to Turin: students, entrepreneurs, academics, venture capital fund managers, managers, experts, investors, professionals, business angels, startuppers and in general all those interested in tech and its applications for business and society. Italian Tech Week enriches the Italian panorama of events that take place annually and offers a series of national and international initiatives, both from a B2B point of view and for the general public.

The program of Italian Tech Week, which is open to the contribution of other institutions and companies interested in becoming protagonists of the most important tech event in the country, will be announced in the first weeks of the new year. From the second half of January, visit the website to get the programme and all the updates and… book your trip to Turin from 25th to 28th June 2019!

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