The 19th Century reports on Enginius and the operation to revolutionize Genoa’s science hub with Itil and Esaote.
The science and technology hub is moving to Genoa, and Enginius is among the companies that have been part of the technological excellence present at Erzelli for the past two years. The deal will bring companies such as Ericsson, Itil, Talent Garden Genoa to innovate in the technology and IT sector.
The founders, Alessandro Ivaldi and Domenico Giacobino say “we are excited about this initiative because we believe Genoa is a city with a lot of untapped potential and we trust that here Science and Technology Park can create the right conditions for us to express it to the fullest. For us, this operation will be an additional element of value that characterizes our motto, More than code, to network and bring our innovation and expertise.”
Below is the entire article by Simone Schiaffino and
you can read it directly on the masthead archive.
Genoa–“By June this year, the companies and research institutes established and collaborating in the Erzelli Science and Technology Park will employ 2,200 people, by the end of March Esaote will occupy two floors, then the first IIt (Italian Institute of Technology) laboratories will arrive, by May two new companies from Naples and Milan will be established.”
This is how Luigi Predeval, CEO of Genoa High Tech, took stock of the citadel of science and technology trying to take off on Erzelli Hill, during a public meeting in Genoa with institutions, sponsored by Il Secolo XIX. Ght photography as of June 2016 includes Ericsson, Siemens, Iit, Talent Garden Genova, Hyla, Enginius, Akronos, Alten Italia, 3Enerplus, Dedagroup, Hp, Johnson Controls, Softeco Sismat, and Enginius.
Also announced was a new postponement, to next April 30, for the finalization of the program agreement between the Liguria Region, the City Council and the University of Genoa that will bring the Polytechnic School (Engineering and Architecture) to the Erzelli Hill, an understanding to be delivered to the Ministry of Education so as not to lose the state funding of 75 million euros.