November is marking an important milestones for the Italian digital economy:
According to the Digital Tax Index 2017 of the University of Mannheim, the Italian tax system has become the most attractive one for digital business models among G7 partners, and the second in Europe after Ireland. The Italian growing innovation ecosystem increasingly attracts attention from investors.
On the 29th of November, at the Italian Embassy in Berlin, over 200 Italian and Germany companies and startups will meet to discuss the challenges to digitalize their products and services at the conference: "Investing in Italian Innovation: Digital Solutions and the challenge of Industry 4.0".
Our CEO, Roberto Ascione, has been invited to take part to the session: Breakout Session VI: The challenge of digital healthcare: bringing new life in Life Sciences? discussing the disruptive solutions in the medical fields through machine learning, the recent tech achievements for the clinical practice and the latest addition to the mobile health field.