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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.

LONDON POST
London CEO Gianpiero Lotito speaks at the International Day of Non-Violence at the UN

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’.

Technology enables us to protect against threats. Thanks to technology, we are able to fight terrorism, cyberterrorism, digital warfare and physical war to protect people. But, paradoxically, technology also creates these threats” said Gianpiero during his speech entitled “Peace and technology”.

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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ITALIA OGGI
Copyright, ok from the digital industry

Our Founder & CEO Gianpiero Lotito is interviewed by Italia Oggi on the need of a strong European digital industry.

BLOOMBERG
European Tech Alliance President Says the Digital World Needs a Strong EU

Gianpiero Lotito, Founder & CEO of FacilityLive and President of the European Tech Alliance was interviewed by Bloomberg on the new digital copyright rules and other rules impacting the European tech industry.

ALTO ADIGE
For its 70 years, the academy invites the great journalists

Alto Adige announces the “Dialogues of Merano” event that took place on March 29th and presents our Founder & CEO Gianpiero Lotito, guest speaker at the event, and FacilityLive.

LA GAZZETTA DI PARMA
Rise for Wellbeing: the solidarty revolution

Our Founder & Chair Mariuccia Teroni spoke about the privilege of living the current digital transformation for the young generation at the Rise for Wellbeing event organized by the University of Parma on March 21st.

Il SOLE 24 ORE
Startup Europe Mediterranean

Our Founder & CEO Gianpiero Lotito is interviewed by the journalist Enzo Argante on the Startup Europe Mediterranean initiative in the programme “Terzocanale Show” broadcasted by Reteconomy and Il Sole 24 Ore.

Il SOLE 24 ORE
Startup, a network as a bridge between Europe and the Mediterranean

Il Sole 24 ore talks about Startup Europe Mediterranean (SEMED): the initiative powered by FacilityLive in collaboration with the European Commission’s Startup Europe initiative. “Our technology allows to ensure the total confidentiality of the exchanged data and doesn’t profile users to convey products but focuses on customization to provide the user with the most useful information” said Gianpiero Lotito, Founder & CEO of FacilityLive.

Fintech Finance
Startup Europe Mediterranean launch event

Fintech Finance talks about the Startup Europe Mediterranean launch event that was held in Matera on March 1st2019. 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.

Wired
A search engine for the startups looking for investors is born

Wired talks about Startup Europe Mediterranean (SEMED): 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.

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LA PROVINCIA PAVESE
Italy, the future is woman. Here Pavia's protagonist women

La Provincia Pavese published this article which contains a quote of  our Founder & Chair Mariuccia Teroni, who was invited as guest speaker at the event “From Expo2015 to #Matera2019” organized by Stati Generali delle Donne on January 25th in Matera. Mariuccia is presented among “the 100 women who will change Italy”.

CORRIERE INNOVAZIONE
The digital transformation in Pavia under the lenses of experts

Corriere Innovazione presents the first edition of the Technology and Innovation Conference organized by Confindustria Pavia on October 24th. Our Founder & Chair Mariuccia Teroni was among the panelists of the session on the challenges and opportunities generated by the digital revolution in the 4.0 industry. This was a spinoff event of the Cosa Sarà Festival. More information on www.cosasarafestival.it.

LA PROVINCIA PAVESE
Cosa Sarà: the new tech festival talking about the future

FacilityLive was the main sponsor of the first edition of Cosa Sarà: the festival that was held in Pavia on October 19th, 20th and 21st to reflect on future and innovation with prestigious guests coming from the worlds of media, science, technology, work and more. Cosa Sarà has been promoted by the Small Valley Association, founded by Mariuccia Teroni and Gianpiero Lotito, in collaboration with the Municipality of Pavia, the University of Pavia, the Province of Pavia and Confindustria Pavia. More information on www.cosasarafestival.it.

IL GIORNO
Cosa Sarà, the festival of the future in Pavia

FacilityLive was the main sponsor of the first edition of Cosa Sarà: the festival that was held in Pavia on October 19th, 20th and 21st to reflect on future and innovation with prestigious guests coming from the worlds of media, science, technology, work and more. Cosa Sarà has been promoted by the Small Valley Association, founded by Mariuccia Teroni and Gianpiero Lotito, in collaboration with the Municipality of Pavia, the University of Pavia, the Province of Pavia and Confindustria Pavia. More information on www.cosasarafestival.it.