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Il SOLE 24 ORE
The European initiative connecting the Mediterranean startups starts from Matera

Il Sole 24 Ore talks about the Startup Europe Mediterranean launch event that was held in Matera on March 1st 2019. SEMED is the initiative powered by FacilityLive in collaboration with the European Commission’s Startup Europe initiative, to create the innovation platform of the Mediterranean that connects and produces opportunities for startups, investors, corporates, universities, policymakers, research centres and incubators. Click here for further information on SEMED.

CORRIERE.IT
The first Italian speaking at the UN after 20 years: "Technology brings peace"

Our Founder and CEO Gianpiero Lotito is the first “non-political” Italian who has been invited to give a speech at UN for more than 20 years. He spoke at the UN event to commemorate the anniversary of Indian activist, Mahatma Gandhi’s birth, internationally recognised as ‘Non-Violence Day’.

Just after the event he was interviewed by Corriere.it.

Humans determine the direction of progress and I think this is one of the most important fronts to face” said Gianpiero in the interview.

VANITY FAIR
Beyond Google
November 2nd, 2016

Vanity Fair published this article about new italian tech startups that are collecting successes in their markets. The journalist Sara Faillaci asks here Gianpiero and Mariuccia their opinion about the future of technology. “I believe in a technology that can be at the service of human beings and not in one aiming to replace them somehow” says Gianpiero. “Google uses an artificial intelligence that selects what it thinks that could be the best for us. FacilityLive, instead, allows humans to choose for themselves“.

Süddeutsche Zeitung
Many Small Valleys

One of the world’s most influential newspapers, the Süddeutsche Zeitung, published this article in their financial section dedicated to Gianpiero Lotito and FacilityLive. It portraits the adventure created by Gianpiero Lotito and Mariuccia Teroni and becomes the prototype of the small Valleys of the future as an alternative to Silicon Valley.

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SIFTED
“Regulation is not a means to all ends” EU tech companies tell Brussels

FacilityLive is among the European Tech Champions that propose their vision for a strong Europe in digital in an open letter of the European Tech Alliance that was published by Sifted.

POLITICO EUROPE
European Tech Alliance renews President and Chair for 2020

“FacilityLive’s Gianpiero Lotito has been confirmed again as president of the organization, as was Allegro’s Magdalena Piech, who will remain chair. Read more here.” – Politico Europe.

REPUBBLICA
European Tech Alliance, Gianpiero Lotito reconfirmed to the presidency

Repubblica reports on the re-confirmation of Gianpiero Lotito as President of the European Tech Alliance (EUTA) for the second consecutive year of mandate.

“The world needs a strong Europe in digital to be balanced” commented Lotito.

Ansa Europa
Digital: Lotito confirmed to the EU tech ‘lobby’ guide

Ansa Europa reports on the re-confirmation of Gianpiero Lotito as President of the European Tech Alliance (EUTA) for the second consecutive year of mandate.

“The world needs a strong Europe in digital to be balanced” commented Lotito.

KEY4BIZ
IT security and data sovereignty: the great challenge for Italian SMEs

Founder & CEO Gianpiero Lotito is mentioned and quoted as President of EUTA in this Key4Biz article about the importance of data protection for Italian SMEs.

IL GIORNALE DI VICENZA
The future of social networks, between development and disenchantment

Andrea Farinet, President of Socialing Institute, quotes FacilityLive in an article about the future of social media.

ITALIA OGGI
Lotito (EUTA): a globally homogeneous taxation system is needed on digital

The article reports the words of our Founder & CEO Gianpiero Lotito after the EUTA’s “Europe’s Tech Vision Five Years from Now” launch event at the European Parliament on October 8th.

ANSA EUROPA
The Manifesto of the European big tech "Digital Eu sovereignty

ANSA Europa and Ansa.it published this article reporting the words of our Founder & CEO Gianpiero Lotito: “The fiscal problem is one of a series of problems concerning a paradigm shift, the institutions and the digital companies are working in the same direction to finally create a European digital ecosystem. The commitment immediately declared by the new Commission in this sense is therefore a very positive sign.

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LA PROVINCIA PAVESE
The former musician who now works on innovation

A short portrait of Gianpiero Lotito who has been reconfirmed President of the European Tech Alliance for 2020.

LA PROVINCIA PAVESE
Lotito confirmed president of the European Technological Giants

La Provincia Pavese reports on the re-confirmation of Gianpiero Lotito as President of the European Tech Alliance (EUTA) for the second consecutive year of mandate.

“The world needs a strong Europe in digital to be balanced” said Lotito. “I will work to make Pavia become one of the digital reference centers abroad” he added.

LA PROVINCIA PAVESE
Matera-Pavia-Brussels The "CosaSarà" festival closes with the mayors

The Cosa Sarà Festival closes with a talk featuring the Major of Matera, Raffaello De Ruggieri, and the Major of Pavia, Fabrizio Fracassi, moderated by the Fouder & CEO of FacilityLive, Gianpiero Lotito.

LA PROVINCIA PAVESE
Advertising and new media, thus communication changes

At Cosa Sarà Festival, Andrea Farinet, talks about the Pubblicità Progress Foundation as the new President.