Devices for more inclusive education, buoys that collect microplastics in the seas, dynamic flowers that reflect domestic energy consumption… Today marks the end of the third edition of SEI Inventor: a bootcamp where 40 inventors have worked to transform their business ideas into working prototypes.
Exhibition of technologies for industry and schools, meetings with inventors, innovative entrepreneurs, business angels and international investors, presentation of startups and scaleups, experiences of social enterprises, workshops on digital professions and events with the protagonists of the global tech scene. SEI is proud to announce that it is one of the founders of Italian Tech Week.
Today is starting the last weekend of the third edition of our Inventor program, an intense prototyping boot-camp held at the coworking spaces Fablab and Toolbox.
The #SEI #Explorer module wants to help bachelor students to discover their entrepreneurial vocation, thanks to a three-month curricular internship, where they will alternate moments of classroom training with periods of work within early-stage startups, with the final objective of create a Business Plan for them!
The roster of 40 students coming from Bocconi, IAAD, Polito and UNITO is almost complete, but you can still send your application by attaching your CV and motivational letter to email@example.com … The course will start on March 8th!
Do not miss the chance and apply!
SEI is proud to be one of the founding partners of Italian Tech Week: Innovation, Industry, Investment, Impact & Ideas, over 15 events in 4 days – from 25th to 28th June 2019 – bringing together Italian and European Tech excellences that are defining the future of business and society to Turin.
In June, the SEI Pioneers received four mission in highly challenging areas: Augmented Intelligence, Future Mobility, Bioengineering and Automation & Robotics. The aim of the…
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The Agnelli Foundation presented the School of Entrepreneurship and Innovation: four programs to help university students transform business ideas into reality
The pilot edition of Inventor ended today: ten days of training and intensive work in which five teams of students from the Polytechnic and the University of Turin were able to design, prototype and present their business ideas.
Today the School of Entrepreneurship & Innovation welcomed the first Explorer: 31 university students from the University of Turin and the Polytechnic of Turin engaged in obtaining a Bachelor’s degree.