Sisal inaugurated in Rome “FutureS”, a series of meetings designed to stimulate discussion with key stakeholders themes that outline the future of the country. The first event was held at Coffee House of Palazzo Colonna in Rome, and brought the importance ofinnovation as competitiveness lever for Italy and its businesses.
The event, moderated by the Rai journalist and presenter Barbara Carfagna, after an institutional greeting from Aurelio Reginapresident of Sisal, was opened by an interview with Alec Rossglobal best-selling author, entrepreneur and investor, who served as an advisor to the State Department on innovation with Hillary Clinton and led technology policy for ‘s presidential campaign Barack Obama.
The themes related to innovation were then explored in depth in a discussion panel which highlighted the points of view of Massimo Carneloshead of the Innovation, Technology and Startup Office of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Marina Geymonatdirector, Enterprise Data, AI and Analytics at Capgemini Invent e Francesco DuranteCEO of Sisal.
“With FutureS we aim to encourage a constructive dialogue on the changes that influence the competitiveness of the country and businesses – he declared Francesco Durante -. We firmly believe that companies must take a proactive role in offering solutions that not only drive their growth, but also promote responsible innovation. Only through continuous collaboration between private companies and institutions will we be able to create the conditions for a more digital and inclusive future, which is essential to guarantee sustainable progress for all.”
FutureS has in fact highlighted the centrality of innovation in global policies and its repercussions on the lives of companies and people, strongly underlining the importance of a synergistic collaboration between the public and private sectors to support and strengthen the economic and social fabric of our country, preparing ourselves to face the challenges and seize the opportunities that the future holds for us.