From the Renaissance to the Italian Factor
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About the Event
The very essence of Italianness can be summed up in specific elements that make the Italian Way to design thinking unique: human values, tailor-made, artistic touch, taste, attention to detail & the pursuit of excellence.
In this webinar Italian sociologist Francesco Morace will identify and present values & behaviours that, taken together, constitute the Italian Factor.
Especially in this Covid phase of radical change, these elements might prove to be consistent with the new paradigms of the future: Unique & Universal, Crucial & Sustainable, Trust & Sharing, Quick & Deep.
Online event - in English - via Zoom
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Italian sociologist & writer Francesco Morace is the founder of Future Concept Lab & a consultant for Italian & international companies and institutions. Among the most established trend experts, he was professor of Social Innovation at the Politecnico di Milano and Culture & Lifestyle at the University of Trento.
He is the director of the Festival della Crescita, an itinerant event that each year brings together citizens & institutions, companies & creatives, students & professionals.
He is the author of over 20 books, including Il bello del mondo (Egea, 2019) & La rinascita dell’Italia (Egea, 2020).
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