Prosegue il ciclo di eventi online #LabTalks, organizzato sinergicamente dai Laboratori Aperti di Modena, Ferrara, Forlì, Ravenna e Piacenza in collaborazione con Makerfaire e Pid!

L’iniziativa vuole dare spazio a idee, progetti e persone in grado di costruire un dialogo ed una comunità legati all’innovazione e alle sfide contemporanee, dalla stampa 3D al futuro del lavoro, dall’internazionalizzazione delle startup alla scuola 3.0.

Ciascun evento, della durata di un’ora, coinvolgerà 2 esperti italiani ed internazionali che, con l’aiuto di un moderatore, si confronteranno su un singolo tema.

📅 Mercoledì, 22 Aprile 2020 | ore 15:30
Internazionalizzare le start up
con Marco Villa e Alfredo Coppola

Registrati qui, è gratis 👇
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🎙Il Talk
If you’re considering expanding your startup to new, international markets, you’ll need to juggle a lot of decisions, including timing, market choices, and budgeting. Let’s give a look at some key mistakes you’ll want to avoid with Marco Villa and Alfredo Coppola.

👥 Gli ospiti

Marco Villa Co-funded and managed Italian Angels for Growth active angel investor in three continents previously PwC degree in business administration from the Catholic University of Milan. He is co-funder and managing partner of Blue Spark Singapore, which is the hub for Italian and European innovation in Asia.

Alfredo Coppola is Co-CEO at US Market Access Center, the longest-standing high-tech business incubator in Silicon Valley for foreign companies seeking to successfully enter the Silicon Valley and the greater US Markets. Alfredo joined US MAC in 2004 as a management consultant and then joined the management team in 2008 as Director of Business Development, where he expanded US MAC’s partner programs and introduced the “Go
Global” Silicon Valley market accelerator program. Alfredo has over 25 years of business development and management consulting experience in the information technology sector. He has advised over 150 early-stage technology companies in his career and he also worked with large multinationals such as Adobe, Microsoft, Nortel Networks, Deloitte and PricewaterhouseCoopers.

Modera: Diego Teloni, coordinatore Advisory Board Laboratori Aperti