Archive for October, 2008
Interviews, articles, friends, curious people, potential partners and investors: everything happened at our stand inside the Innovation Routes area during the four days of Smau 2008!
Tired and satisfied, thanks also to Emil Abirascid, who took care of the forth edition of the Routes and led to our stand journalists and reporters, with these results: Paolo interviewed by TG2 and Blogosfere, Guido interviewed by Markom.tv, my interview for Radio24, an article on il Giornale, another one on the Lombardia feature of Il Sole 24 ORE and a mention on Nova24.
I’m happy since there was great attention towards startups created by young adults willing to innovate and change things!
And now the Lu.Be.C. event in Lucca is waiting for us, where we’ll present a new project during the afternoon session.
Even at Lu.Be.C. we’ll have a stand where “Chiara – the virtual guide”, will uncover herself for the joy of heritage valorization specialists!
The center of Milan has been overwhelmed by the events of Innovation Circus for a whole week: talk shows, presentations, exhibitions and interactive labs about innovation for everyone.
With such a theme i-muse had to be there!
We had the chance to talk about the videoguide two times: during the talk show about innovation in turism that took place at Ottagono, in the center of Galleria Vittorio Emanuele, and during Milano in Progress at Palazzo Giureconsulti, a marathon of presentations by creative and innovative local companies.
There was all Togunà team at Ottagono and Guido, during his speech, showed the audience the best videos and animations of i-muse.
Paolo then repeated the presentation at Palazzo Giureconsulti in just 5 minutes marked by a virtual gong.
Now we’re ready for the next event: we’re exhibitors at Smau 2008, inside the Percorsi dell’Innovazione area, stand P18. Come and see us there!
After almost two years spent working in the spaces the Acceleratore d’Impresa of the Politecnico di Milano assigned us, since september we moved to a new office: always in Como, pretty close to the University, roomy and with costs compatible with a startup budget.
We share the new space with other two ICT companies, Oplà and Ennova Research, and we’re going to maintain the great relationship we built with the staff of the Acceleratore d’Impresa.
I’m happy because not only we enjoyed playing as house-painters (the picture is self-explanatory! ) and interior decorators, but mostly because in this way we can knock down a barrier that was limiting the internal communication of the team.
Being able to see each other almost everyday, certainly will speed up the decisional process and we’ll be able to make more things together.
Togunà’s adventure continues from the new office!