How can innovation affect urban regeneration policies? And why is Milan considered a model in this sense? Tuesday 20 July Startup Grind Milano will talk about it with an exceptional guest: Giuseppe Sala, Mayor of the capital
Lombard, protagonist of “Innovation and quality of life: the case of the city of Milan”, scheduled at 18:00 at IWG’s Copernico Milano Centrale.
The Milanese chapter, on its second appointment under the guidance of the very young Beatrice Del Col Balletto, finally returns to the hub that represents the heart of Milanese innovation and the new way of experiencing workspaces. The event, which will also be broadcast online, is organized with the support of the Startup Grind Italy community and in partnership with Partitalia, an Italian company that produces and markets smart cards, tags, RFID readers and IoT solutions, Digital-Hub, digital accelerator. ‘MISE certified company specializing in the development of business skills, and Find Your Doctor, the first employment agency in Italy specializing in
profiles with experience in research; it is possible to book the free ticket for both the live meeting and the streaming at the link: https://www.startupgrind.com/events/details/startup-grind-milan-presents-in Tecnologia-e-qualita-della- life-the-case-of-the-city-of-milan /.
The city of the quarter of an hour, a revolutionary urban model proposed in 2020 by the Mayor of Paris, Anne Hidalgo, included in the agendas of several Italian cities, including the Milanese metropolis, to totally rethink the livability of urban spaces after Covid-19 , allowing every citizen to reach any service in just 15 minutes on foot or by bicycle; again, the role played by universities and startups in fostering innovation in the urban context, making cities more liveable and smart. “In the event of 20 July we will address these topics, but we will also focus on the policies in support of the birth and development of new businesses, a topic that is particularly close to the heart of Startup Grind”, explains Beatrice Del Col Balletto, who last May received from the San Francisco Head Quarter the task of managing the chapter of a city that the Financial Times, in 2016, defined as the “Italian capital of startups”. “We are honored to talk about it with Mayor Sala and thrilled at the idea of doing it by returning to look each other in the eye, finally giving the opportunity to those who participate to meet and network”.
Startup Grind Milano, with a community of over 5,800 members, is supported by the global sponsor CMS, one of the main law firms in the world, with offices also in Milan and Rome.
Present in 44 countries with 79 offices, CMS offers startups the support program
international equIP, which provides legal advice and training, mentoring and networking activities.
Startup Grind is the largest independent startup community in the world, uniting and inspiring over three and a half million startuppers, entrepreneurs and innovators.
Founded in 2010 in Palo Alto, Silicon Valley, by the Californian entrepreneur Derek
Andersen, SG ‘cultivates’ the startup ecosystem through periodic events with innovators, educators and investors sharing experiences and teachings. Today it has over 600 chapters around the world, in more than 125 countries.
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