On Wednesday 25 March at 6.30pm, QuaranTalks begins, a daily appointment to reflect a little seriously on the future and to be together. The appointment is every day at 6.30 pm on our Instagram profile @bolognabusinessschool for forty minutes with Barbara Carfagna (presenter and author of RAI1), Andrea Pezzi (Chairman of Myntelligence) and Andrea Pontremoli (CEO of Dallara Automobili) who will dialogue with many Italian and international guests. Every day at 6.30 pm in Italian and on weekends in English, to be closer also to our international Alumni.
On Thursday, March 26th, Barbara Carfagna introduces Alberto Forchielli, Economist and Partner Founder of Mandarin Capital Partners.
On Friday, March 27th, Barbara Carfagna introduces Stefano Domenicali, CEO of Lamborghini.
On Saturday, March 28th, Barbara Carfagna introduces Alec Ross,entrepreneur, academic and book writer (including the Industries of the Future which has been translated into 24 languages and been a best-seller on 4 continents). During the Obama Administration, he served as Senior Advisor for Innovation to the Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
On Sunday, March 29th, Barbara Carfagna introduces Luciano Floridi, Professor of Philosophy and Ethics of Information at University of Oxford and Director of Digital Ethics Lab.
On Monday, March 30th, Barbara Carfagna introduces Francesco Stellacci, Head of Supramolecular NanoMaterials and Interfaces Laboratory (SuNMiL), EPFL and Gaetano Manfredi, Minister of University and Research.
On Tuesday, March 31st, Barbara Carfagna introduces Lucia Annunziata, writer, journalist and TV presenter. Registered in the Italian Journalists Association since 1976, Lucia Annunziata made her debut as correspondent from the United States for Il Manifesto, La Repubblica and Il Corriere della Sera. During her career, she has been Director of Tg3 and Huffington Post Italy, Editor for La Stampa and in 2014 she received the America USA Foundation Award from the Chamber of Deputies.
On Wednesday, April 1st, Andrea Pezzi introduces Lorenzo Cherubini, a musician, an experimenter and a DJ who breaks into the Italian music scene in the 80s with the pseudonym of Jovanotti. From "E 'qui la festa" (one of his first song, in 1988) to the activist engagement with Emergency and Amnesty International, 2000 marks the turning point in songwriting and collaborations with the world of cinema.
On Thursday, April 2nd, Andrea Pezzi introduces Enrico Letta, Former Prime Minister of Italy, from 2015 Dean of PSIA - Paris School International Affairs, founder of Scuola di Politiche and Associazione Italia-Asean, and President of Académie Notre Europe -Institut Jacques Delors.
On Friday, April 3rd, Andrea Pezzi introduces Sergio Dompè, entrepreneur of the Pharmaceutical and Biotechnology sectors with Dompè, among the main Italian companies in primary care and biotech. Sergio Dompé has defined the new strategic line of the company by investing in research
On Saturday, Aprile 4th, Andrea Pezzi introduces Mauro Porcini, Chief Design Officer of PepsiCo, to understand with an expert where companies will have to leverage to restart: "today it is necessary for every company to innovate continuously, and the design has a fundamental role for the business, combining empathy, creativity and strategy, to understand dreams and needs of the user".
On Sunday, April 5th, Andrea Pezzi introduces Alon Wolf, Professor of Biorobotics and Vice President of Technion, Israel Institute of Technology, to discuss about how science can contribute to the safeguard of all, during an historical hera in which none of us had ever been before.
On Monday, April 6th, Andrea Pezzi introduces Vincenzo Novari, CEO of the Organizing Committee of Milan-Cortina 2026 Winter Olympics. The manager, with a long experience in marketing, sales and logistics, will analyze the world of sport and tourism, two of the areas most affected by this phase of emergency.
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