Elon Musk special guest of the Italian Tech Week, at the OGR in Turin on 23/24 September

22 June 2021
Tesla CEO and founder of SpaceX and Neuralink will join a chat with John Elkann focused on how technology can shape our future: cars, neurotechnology, space travel and more.

After a year of digital events, the stage of theItalian Tech Week is set for a brand new edition, on the 23rd and 24th of September, in Turin. The second edition of the biggest tech conference in Italy is inviting to OGR Officine Grandi Riparazioni leading startuppers, VCs and professionals from the international tech scene.

The 2021 edition will have as its special guest the most visionary engineer of our days, Elon Musk, who will join a fireside chat dedicated to tech and its impact on our future with John Elkann.

The aim of the event is to bring together the brightest minds of the tech world to inspire as well as empower anyone who believes in a future where technology and innovation expand human possibilities. Italian Tech Week is supported by GEDI media group through their newly launched content hub on technology Italian Tech.

The program of the event

Day 1 - The world of startuppers and investors
The focus will be on both the Italian ecosystem and on the international community with a host of worldwide speakers.


Day 2 - Innovation in companies
After an overview of the main corporate innovation trends, there will be events dedicated to technological trends and in-depth sessions focused on the nuances of specific industries.

Due to COVID-19 restrictions, the conference can be attended by invitation only and will be reserved to a mainly professional audience. 500 people will be invited among startuppers, investors, institutions and media. The Italian Tech Week will also reserve some of the seats to its followers on social media. Instructions will be communicated in the coming months on Instagram and LinkedIn. The general public can attend the conference through live streaming on two major national media platforms: La Repubblica.it and La Stampa.it . Moreover, the venue will host an exhibition area open to all where anyone will be able to test tech consumer gadgets and pioneering tech experiences.


The event is supported by Fondazione CRT and Compagnia di San Paolo; is sponsored by Reply, Lenovo, Eni; and GoBeyond; enjoys the patronage of Camera di commercio di Torino, City of Turin and Piedmont Region.

(Source: Italian Tech Week)

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Luca Coppolella
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