Impact on territory
Thanks to the relationship with public and private partners, Italiacamp establishes and animates places dedicated to connection. The aim is to create a widespread network across the country to generate economic, social and cultural impact on the territories and communities that inhabit them, connecting the most avant-garde cities with the most peripheral centres.
Thanks to the synergy between stakeholders and the experience and skills acquired by Italiacamp as an aggregator of different subjects, abandoned or forgotten places become multifunctional innovation centres for the territories of reference.
Currently, Italiacamp presides over places of innovation in Rome, Milan, Turin, Brindisi, Sicily and a new hub is to be inaugurated in Lecce.
The headquarters in Rome, near Termini Station, is the hub of Italiacamp’s territorial connections: a multifunctional space housing the organisation’s offices, equipped with rooms in which to organise meetings and events.
Created with the aim of being a place open to innovation and humanities, since its inauguration in March 2014, it has been hosting the works of the Roman art gallery Wunderkammer.
Milano Luiss Hub
A hub in the heart of the innovation ecosystem of Corso Como in Milan, born from an urban regeneration project and managed by a public-private partnership comprising the Municipality of Milan, the Luiss University, Fondazione Brodolini and Italiacamp.
The aim is to create, through the introduction of new formats and the development of innovative projects, a place within Milan’s innovation ecosystem where synergies are created between different players.
Nebrodi Living Lab
Nebrodi Living Lab is an incubator in the Municipality of Galati Mamertino, in the province of Messina, animated by the business grouping led by Euris with the Department of Agricultural Sciences of the University of Palermo and Italiacamp, working in synergy with the town mayors and the schools of the area.
The project aims to create highly specialised professional figures in the integrated food-environment-health sector who can apply their knowledge and skills to give life to new enterprises and renovate existing ones, thanks to advanced training and workshops and by leveraging a network of external supporters such as excellent agricultural companies, local industries and manufactures as well as the network of research infrastructures accredited by the University of Palermo.