Thirty international students to learn and relaunch Made in Italy
Introducing We Have The Future!, a new project promoting Italy
We Have The Future! is an extraordinary innovative project involving 30 students coming from the best law and business schools in the world. They will all gather at H-Farm Ventures, exploiting their month-stay in Treviso to discover what's behind the international success of Made in Italy as a brand.
208 students from fifteen different countries have applied to be part of this interesting adventure, and it has been very hard for organizers to select the most competitive profiles among them. This small group of international student recently met in Treviso to begin its exploration of both techniques and innovative business practices that have ensured the success of Made in Italy around the world, and they will soon start working together "to propose new and disruptive solutions to make Italian business productivity even more stable, growing and global."
As explained by the organizers, "The WeHave The Future Summer Camp will proceed with the support of an extraordinary international faculty of experts and a series of in-depth workshops conducted by the participating students along with major companies and organisations in north-east Italy." The structure of companies and entrepreneurial ideas, new ways of raising capital, the organization of the business process, the enhancement of creativity and know-how as competitive assets are the four main issues that the participants and faculty will explore, in pursuit of effective and up-to-date solutions.
The way in which this school is organized is also quite innovative. Seven different activities shape students' daily program so far: challenges sessions, lectures, workshops, role model sessions (with founders and managers of the companies that wrote the history of Italian economy sharing how they managed to solve the business and personal issues related to the start-up of their projects), what's next seminars (direct interactions with experts of future technology), company visits and news rooms to help students refining their skills in terms of contents delivery.
Finally, to make the school even more stimulating and complete, several business industries have been included: culture and arts, food and wine, fashion and manufacturing.