The second edition of ICAROUnimore, an experimental innovative training project promoted by UNIMORE, Fondazione Golinelli and Fondazione Cassa di Risparmio di Modena is ready to go! ICARO is a path of collaborative innovation that trains and trains students to entrepreneurship and confronts them with real business challenges.
The six-month training course is divided into training sessions, group work and company visits and will conclude with the presentation of project work, on the challenge assigned to them by the company. In this process, students will be supported by tutors and supported by mentors and company management. The project is enriched with significant values as it sensitizes students to entrepreneurship, promotes open innovation of companies, encourages student interaction with the industrial world and encourages the creation of new spin-off companies.
” After a long and challenging selection process – says prof. Tiziano Bursi, Scientific Director of the ICARO Unimore Project – the time has finally come for the 40 UNIMORE students to show their talent and measure their desire to be engaged in a team game and in a relationship of close interaction with businesses”.
The official start will take place on Thursday 11 October – 10.00 am, at the Marco Biagi Department of Economics, Via Berengario n. 51, Modena, Aula Magna.
They will be present:
Angelo O. Andrisano, Rector of Unimore;
Antonio Danieli, General Manager of the Golinelli Foundation;
Tiziano Bursi, Coordinator of the ICARO Unimore Project;
Giulio Mengoli, Global VP Marketing and Product Manager Tetra Pak;
The representatives of the companies involved in the project: B.Braun Avitum Italy, CIRFood, Franco Cosimo Panini, Max Mara Fashion Group.