Tips from a meeting with an Apple senior software…Continue
Long to be red, but it's worth...great problem, but something is moving.
Thanks to Burton Lee for the link
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I advice you to read this approach made by Alberto Savoia serial startupper and past exec Sun and Google....
We welcome you today in Malpensa with Max and Sofia.
We will try in one week to show you a small slice of this great Country from where your Grand Parents left poor, to look for a better life.
We are now a great Country, many things could be improved, but who comes here for a while, keeps in his mind this unique feeling...
We do hope it will be the same for you: Brandan from California and Colorado, Michael from Florida, Madeleine from New York, Daniel from…Continue
University of Minnesota . To be or to do? the life question...
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This is a great story. An italian start up, Coderloop, bought with its 2 cofounders, Luca Bonmassar and Federico Feroldi by the SF start up Gild 2 years ago...And today a starting office in Milan for product dev. nt.…Continue
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I think that this approach has to be spread all over the World ...to help the global Economy change.
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This is a 1st half story.
The 2nd half, after the participation to the Silicon Valley Study Tour 2013 next August ( 26 to 30), is the hands of Antonio Seminara, our focus of this post.
Antonio is from Cittanova, Calabria, 24 yo. He got the bacelor degree in Power Engineering in La Sapienza University in Rome, than he moved to Milan to attend the Master degree in Milan Politechnic (and moreover an Economics of…Continue
Added by paolo marenco on April 10, 2013 at 11:00pm — No Comments
The two last conferences...before Silicon Valley Study Tours 2013!
April 5, 2-4 pm : Torino Silicon Valley, with Davide Bertarini , SVST 2011 Alumno , founder of www.regalister.com
April 9, 4,15-6 pm. Genova Silicon Valley, with Andrea Zanoni, Lawyer "Legal Aspects of VC in start ups"
follow both in video streaming on Facebook thanks…Continue
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thanks to the link of Alessandro Balossino...
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Two great lectures from our friends , lawyers in New York Marco Rossi and Mark Santo, in Rome- Innovatori Europei, on March 27 , 2013Continue
Hey all, great opportunity for whoever interested in this Tour we organize this year with BCD Travel and the guide of our friend Roberto Bonzio, Italiani di Frontiera . Program attached.…Continue
Added by paolo marenco on March 26, 2013 at 9:09pm — No Comments
Dear all, here a free online classes from Uni of Maryland, but with exam and certificate!
"Developing Innovative Ideas for New Companies"
Hi all, this is my idea: I want open an italian restaurant, but in my restaurant no need money, clients simply pay with an app. The app need the credit card data.What do you think about? I just thought some possible solutions but I need external opinion because I haven't work experience.I hope to find someone who could help me.Thanks!
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hi to everyone,
I think we should talk about the economic rules that could change for the better in Italy.
what are in your opinion the teory to make something for the economy, for the labour and employment?
Added by luca giuliano on January 15, 2013 at 12:39pm — No Comments
The objective of InnovAction Lab is simply to provide students with the tools to understand how a private investor looks at a business project.
Youtube channel: LUISSGuidoCarli
The promoter par excellence of…Continue
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