The Cluster MinIT intends to promote and facilitate technology transfer and innovation, implementing participative models that encourage engagement. The members actively take part in these activities leading to a multitude of skills. Also, the cluster aims to build networks between the subjects involved, creating opportunities for the development of new projects – also favoring the exchange of experience and information.
Thus, in 2021, MinIt enabled 3 topic-related workgroups that promote the interaction between universities, companies, innovation hubs, land development agencies, and other paramount stakeholders engaged in Made in Italy. They discuss strategic themes for the sector such as circular economy, new business models and traceability.
These workgroups, which are organized according to the principles of cross-fertilization and fusion, are the means through which it is possible to share knowledge, draw inspiration from case history to develop tangible projects, know the most relevant trends and stay updated about the new technologies, build relationships, and establish partnerships with a view to open innovation.