Together with SACE and Microsoft in Italy, UniCredit has launched a series of digital talks with university professors, researchers, experts and journalists discussing how to restart the economy through innovation and internationalisation
Do you want to learn how to deal with the new economic scenarios caused by the pandemic? Now’s your chance!
The Digital & Export Business School, a training programme launched by UniCredit through a new partnership with SACE and Microsoft, will open on 9th June. It features discussions between experts and entrepreneurs who talks about how to face the new economic scenarios caused by the Covid-19 pandemic.
The school, which initially consists of eight talks, is the first part of a programme that will continue beyond the summer. From October to December the school will add 20 live coaching sessions, one for each Italian region, dedicated to in-depth analysis of specific issues from experts at UniCredit, SACE and Microsoft.
Throughout the programme, companies will be able to access free on-demand information on the dedicated “Education to Export” platform.
Andrea Casini, Co-Ceo Commercial Banking Italy of UniCredit commented, “the pandemic has created new and demanding challenges for Italian companies. Not only have many been faced with
sudden liquidity issues, they also find themselves needing to change their approach to work very quickly, urgently finding new ways of doing business. That’s why we have launched the Digital & Export Business School together with two strategic partners such as SACE and Microsoft –providing a unique opportunity to gather knowledge and reflect on possible ways to boost growth. The school is yet another way in which UniCredit is actively working on supporting the real economy”.
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