Milan, second edition of the Young Innovators Business Forum

The event organized by ANGI aims to highlight the main challenges of our country ecosystem, with an overview of the main growth and development indicators

Innovation and digital transformation, excellence from the world of business and Made in Italy, investments and energy transition: this is the topic of the second edition of the Young Innovators Business Forum organized for 6 June at the headquarters of the Milan Stock Exchange in Palazzo Mezzanotte . The event is promoted by ANGI, the National Association of Young Innovators in collaboration with the offices of the European Parliament in Italy and with the patronage of the Representation of the European Commission in Italy, the Agency for Digital Italy, the CNR – National Research Council , ENEA – National Agency for New Technologies, Energy and Sustainable Economic Development and the Municipality of Milan. You can register at this link.

The event, the organizers say, aims to highlight the main challenges of our country’s ecosystem with an overview of the main growth and development indicators, opportunities and new technological trends, future generations and ecological and digital transition. The organization foresees the presentation of the works on the main stage of the Palazzo Mezzanotte parterre with the main scheduled interventions and a series of thematic sessions divided among the various supporting partners of the Forum in which the projects and activities of each cluster will be highlighted with a view to the development and growth of Italy and Europe.

“We are thrilled to be able to announce this 2nd edition of our Young Innovators Business Forum branded ANGI in the city of Milan to be able to give a voice to young Italian innovators and the leading exponents of civil society and the Italian and European ruling class”, declared the President of the ‘ANGI, Gabriele Ferrieri. “Innovation and digital transformation represent an extraordinary development opportunity for Italy, but also a great challenge to face by focusing on the dialogue between the institutions and the main stakeholders of our country’s ecosystem in the name of sustainability and support for future generations”. During the business forum, data from the II Report of the Observatory on Innovation and Digital promoted by ANGI Ricerche in collaboration with Lab21.01 will also be presented with a particular focus on issues relating to investments and new trends, smart cities and future mobility, digital pa cybersecurity , energy transition and training.