Start-up: osare per vincere (di Carl Schramm)

Start-up: dare to win (by Carl Schramm)

A pragmatic vision: making accurate strategic plans does not always determine business success. Often the best thing to do is to throw your heart over the obstacle. An in-depth study to download and read, written by the American economist, entrepreneur and writer Carl Schramm.
I nuovi trend della smart mobility nel mondo

The new trends in smart mobility around the world

In the coming years the value of mobility services will not undergo significant changes but, following the impact of the pandemic crisis, the choices of both producers and consumers will change. Download the study.
I veri costi della mobilità elettrica (di Oliviero Baccelli)

The real costs of electric mobility (by Oliviero Baccelli)

According to experts, the cost differential with respect to endothermic motor vehicles, mainly due to the cost of the batteries, will reduce in a short time until it disappears. However, regulations, technological developments and consumer purchasing choices have a substantial impact on this dynamic.
Silicon Valley. E oltre (di Alex Lazarow)

Silicon Valley. And beyond (by Alex Lazarow)

High-growth tech start-ups are the miracle of the last few decades. The billion-dollar-plus so-called "unicorns" have transformed the way business is done. They are concentrated in talented cities such as Palo Alto, London and Tel Aviv, and are a source of inspiration for new entrepreneurs around the world.
Contro il protezionismo, una globalizzazione “diversa”

Against protectionism, a "different" globalization

Trade conflicts and resurgent nationalisms threaten stability and growth around the world. But it is possible to counteract the drift by relaunching multilateralism that is more attentive to the needs of individuals and communities.
Quell’inafferrabile consumatore verde

That elusive green consumer

People say they want environmentally friendly products, but they tend not to buy them. Here's how to remedy this by using smart marketing tools. We publish the study by Katherine White, lecturer and academic director of the Dillon Center for Business Ethics.