The spirit guide of Turin's startups
All the resources needed by the Turin startuppers' tribe.
When you decide to start a new startup project, having the right information is a crucial factor for success.
If you want to develop your entrepreneurial talent, realize your business idea, know who can give you the help you are looking for, and stay up to date on everything that happens in Turin's startup and innovation scene, Torino Tech Map is your resource. Torino Tech Map is your resource.
Resources for startuppers
Check out our hands-on guides and resources designed to help startuppers launch and grow their business, organized into three main moments: Ideate, Build and Launch.
The first step towards the realization of your project is not only to have an idea, but to test it, validate it, rethink it, until it is a hit.
In the second phase you will have to develop your business plan, analyze the market, learn how to manage your time and your team.
It's time to deliver your idea to the world: you'll need a good pitch, public speaking skills, a plan to scale.
Use this guide to clear up what you are doing at the moment and in which direction you are going with your work.
If your startup is into software, here is the guide for you: find out how to protect the intellectual property of your work.
Would you like to work in a startup? If you want to choose in which role read our new guide!
Let's find out the details of this type of employment relationship widely used in the startup world.
LIFE, the new Laboratory of Innovation in Philosophy and Educational Sciences at the University of Turin, has been inaugurated
1.2 million euros to make available, by summer 2022, 1,200 square meters of space with 200,000 volumes available for consultation and a completely renovated technological equipment.
Every day, the world of innovation is changing rapidly before our eyes: don't miss any news by following our articles, interviews, reports and curiosity.
Techstars is working to develop new partnerships with leading global companies and involve a growing number of high-profile mentors and investors in the programme.
The new electronic circuit invented at the Politecnico di Torino that will change the future of the IoT
Developed by a doctoral student at the university in Turin, it will significantly reduce consumption and size compared to the circuits currently on the market.
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