Young Innovators Business Forum: 4 June Milan, capital of innovation


The challenges of the digital economy, the role of artificial intelligence and a manifesto for a competitive Italy that looks to young people and the business world. These are the themes for the third edition of Young Innovators Business Forum which returns to Milan again this year on June 4th in the prestigious setting of the Testori Auditorium from 9,00 to 17,00 in Piazza Città di Lombardia, 1.

Milano it becomes so innovation capital in this important event promoted by ANGI - 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, Lombardy Region, AGID, the ENEA agency, Assintel - Confcommercio , Anitec – Assinform, AIDP, Andaf and Confimprese.

"This third edition highlights even more the commitment of ANGI and young innovators to supporting the innovation and business ecosystem. We are facing the dawn of a new technological revolution with the advent of generative AI and the implications of the development of new enabling technologies can lead to a new economic boom. However, we need to support greater investment in research and increase incentives for businesses so as not to miss this opportunity. A process of democratization of technology at the service of citizens with an appeal that we will present to the Government and to Europe with our Manifesto for a Competitive Italy". So Gabriele Ferrieri president of ANGI (formerly ForbesU30).

An edition full of guests in which the III report of the Observatory on innovation and digital with a focus on investments and new trends, smart cities and mobility of the future, cybersecurity and artificial intelligence. The report is promoted by ANGI Research in collaboration with Lab21.01 and edited by Roberto Baldassari, director of the Angi scientific committee.

A program full of testimonials and leading content. Institutional interventions with the voice of Government and local authorities with: Gilberto Pichetto Fratin, Minister of the Environment and Energy Security; Alessandro Morelli, undersecretary of state at the presidency of the council of ministers; Massimo Bitonci, undersecretary of the Ministry of Made in Italy Companies; Guido Guidesi, Councilor for Economic Development of the Lombardy Region; Emmanuel Conte, Councilor for Budget and Real Estate of the Municipality of Milan; Layla Pavone, coordinator of the Board of Technological Innovation and Digital Transformation of the Municipality of Milan.

Following will be the words of the adults representatives of Italian and international corporations through the voice of some of the major managers and business leaders: Patrick Oungre, Group Head of Innovation, CVC and Digital Hub A2A; Patrick Gerlich, CEO Bayer Crop Science Italia; Giovanni Lionetti, CEO of Swag; Giusi Fiorentino, CEO Artificial Intelligence Monitoring; Federica Pasini, CEO and co-founder of Hacking Talents; Manila Di Giovanni, CEO and founder of D-World; Flavio Arzarello, public policy manager, Economic and Regulatory policy Italy at Meta; Claudio Lubatti, head of relations with Innovation Ecosystem Intesa San Paolo Innovation Center; Oscar Farinetti, founder Eataly; Ottavia Parravicini, innovation manager of DoubleYou; Giovanna Dossena, principal of AVM Gestioni.

There will be no shortage of people at the appointment representatives of the business world and trade associations, including Riccardo Di Stefano, national president of Youth Confindustria; Eleonora Faina, general director of Anitec Assinform; Dante Laudisa, vice-president of Assintel Confcommercio; Marco Vigini, national vice-president of AIDP; Fabrizio Ceriotti, president of ANDAF Lombardia and Mario Peserico, president of INDICAM.

Finally, to take stock challenges and opportunities between economic and social scenarios, experts and academics including: Giorgio Gobbi, director of the Bank of Italy's Milan office; Cesare Pozzi, Luiss professor of Applied Economics; Carlo Stagnaro, research and studies director of the Bruno Leoni Institute; Domenico Lombardi, professor of Practice in Public Policy and Director of Policy; Observatory at the Luiss School of Government; Vittoria Brambilla, associate professor Department of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences - Production, Territory, Agroenergy of the University of Milan and Federico Ferrazza director of WIRED.

The complete program can be consulted on website dedicated. Free entry upon registration at the following link.