Competitiveness and industrial development: the Manifesto of young innovators (ANGI) at Montecitorio

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Greater competitiveness of Italian companies and the importance of investing in research and development, greater propensity to invest and strengthening of the leadership of the Made in Italy in international markets, digital and IT education for young people, a new industrial policy based on a renewed public and private partnership, an approach open source on new digital technologies and democratization of AI tools, technology at the service of citizens' daily lives and valorisation of young talents. All with a systemic vision aimed at reducing regulatory fragmentation with greater harmonization and without excess regulations.

The Manifesto could be summarized like this “for a competitive Italy and Europe: obstacles, opportunities and change” presented today in the Press Room of the Chamber of Deputies by ANGI, the National Association of Young Innovators, a point of reference for innovation and digital in Italy.

A Manifesto based on guidelines and proposals for the development of the economic and industrial ecosystem in the name of young people, new technologies and Made in Italy. This and much more are the contents of the conference which saw the participation, presence and intervention of numerous representatives of civil society and the ruling class to support the project points presented by the Young innovators.

During the Press Conference, the following spoke for bipartisan support also from the various parliamentary representatives: Alessandro Giglio Vigna, president of the European Union Policy Commission; Walter Rizzetto, president of the Public and Private Work Commission; Patty L'Abbate, vice-president of the Environment, Territory and Public Works Commission; Andrea Casu, member of the Transport, Post and Telecommunications Commission. Among the interventions also the greeting letter from the president of the Finance Commission of the Chamber of Deputies, the Hon. Marco Osnato.

To which were added further important representatives of the institutions and civil society, including: Francesco Tufarelli, general director of the presidency of the council; Giorgio Graditi, general director of the Enea Agency; Gianpiero Ruggiero, first technologist and mobility manager of the CNR – National Research Council; William Nonnis, operational technical analyst for digitalisation and innovation at the Presidency of the Council of Ministers, PNRR Mission structure; Domenico Lombardi, professor of practice in public policy and director of Policy Observatory at the Luiss School of Government; Alfonso Pecoraro Scanio, president of the Univerde Foundation; Jacopo Ierussi, president of Assoinfluencer, Italian Influencer Association.

The work was conducted by the president of ANGI, Gabriele Ferrieri, supported by prof. Roberto Baldassari director of the ANGI Scientific Committee and the ANGI general director Francesco Paolo Russo. Moderation entrusted to Ylenia Totino.

“We are pleased with the great participation that took place today during the presentation of our Manifesto, an appeal by young Italian innovators intended for the Government and European Institutions for the digital development of the industrial, economic and social sector. Multi-partisan support of which we are particularly proud both from the various parliamentary representations and from the various government organizations who we thank for their important support and testimony.". Thus the president of ANGI, Gabriele Ferrieri.