That’s my life 5

Zoom meeting
May 22, 2020
5:00 pm
ID 977 6129 0019
Passcode 897462

Do you have a business idea and you would like to know to translate into reality? Or you feel more at ease proposing and implementing ideas within an existing company? The School of Innovation is organizing “That’s my life”, a series of testimonials of young entrepreneurs and intrapreneurs who share their success stories and tips how to make your ideas happen. Our guests tell the stories of their personal and professional transformations from a student to an innovator and/or an entrepreneur.

The guests of the fifth session of this year’s webinars are Elena Petrucciano and Guilia Baccarin.

Elena Petrucciano is currently “Innovation & Entrepreneurship Manager” at Hub Innovazione Trentino. She helps researchers, students and entrepreneurs, bring their business idea to the market, through entrepreneurship education and training programs, coaching and mentoring.
Elena has an experience of +8 years in Marketing and Business Development. She lived five years in San Francisco where she co-founded an ICT startup and a non-profit association in the field of female entrepreneurship education. She has a BSc and MSc in Economics and Business Management from the University of Roma Tre and she studied a year at the Group ESC Champagne School of Management in Troyes, France.

Giulia Baccarin graduated with honors in Biomedical Engineering from the Polytechnic of Milan. Due to her passion for predictive modeling, she decided to start her professional career in Japan in a consultancy firm, successfully completing the prestigious executive training program funded by the European Commission (ETP).

In 2008, when she returned to Italy, she founded the Italian headquarters of the I-care engineering company, today a leader in Europe in predictive maintenance and reliability. In parallel, driven by the strong desire to promote and support the entrepreneurial spirit of young talents in Italy, he co-founded MIPU, a group of companies that bring artificial intelligence into factories. The solutions developed by MIPU focus on predictive analytics that contributes to the optimization of industrial processes and are used by leading companies in Italy and abroad.

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