Cos’è C.U.P.I.? english version follows
Un tavolo di lavoro finalizzato al confronto programmatico sul tema dell’internazionalizzazione dei soggetti economici; strutturato in primo luogo attraverso la partecipazione di associazioni, operatori di settore, professionisti, rappresentanti di categoria e liberi cittadini accomunati dall’interesse nel valorizzare dinamiche di alto profilo sul territorio per quanto concerne la prospettiva internazionale di promozione, convinti inoltre dell’importanza che la condivisione dei risultati avrebbe nel sostanziare prospettive concrete e funzionali.
Accompagnare il territorio in proposte concrete di marketing territoriale, rilancio delle prospettive di lavoro, istruzione e ricerca finalizzate ad un’emancipazione dei contenuti di carattere internazionale e rafforzate da esperienze di scambio e confronto, partecipazioni diversificate e trasversali in una dimensione di co-working professionale fra i partecipanti e cooperazione sociale atta a stimolare la condivisione di intenti sul tema dell’internazionalismo nel territorio.
Il centro fungerà anche da fucina di proposte strutturate e coerenti da sottoporre a Pubblica Amministrazione e Associazioni di Categoria per un ruolo informativo e di sprono alla collaborazione organica.
Tavola di confronto su progetti ad alta portata economico – istituzionale (come EXPO 2015), fiere internazionali, Fondi europei, missioni commerciali, ricerche accademiche, analisi di fattibilità applicate a strategie operative su mercati esteri, confronto esperienziale fra operatori e tecnici coinvolti nel tavolo di lavoro.
Condivisone di strumenti valorizzata da convenzioni e collaborazioni sottoscritte tra gli aderenti al tavolo di lavoro C.U.P.I. atte a facilitare strategie all’erogazione sostenibile di servizi utili al successo di creazione di una rete di lavoro comune.
Analisi e ricerche volte al dibattito e alla formazione interconnessa alle partecipazioni nonché legata all’esplicazione dei risultati riscontrati nella resa operativa dei progetti.
What is C.U.P.I.?
Working board aimed to operate with well framed dialogue about the topic of internationalization’s of economic subjects from specific territories. First of all structured with joint cooperation of associations, sector-workers, professionals, representatives of categories, common citizens associated by interest on valorizing high profile’s dynamics for that concerns perspectives of international promotion of their activity; everybody joins the board with deep awareness about the importance of sharing results and aims to make mutual perspectives more concrete and functional into sustainable development’s frame.
To guide the territory towards concrete proposals for the relaunch of working opportunities, education and research’s development for an high value’s emancipation about international dialogue, reinforced by exchange experiences and professional comparisons collected in co-working atmosphere with well framed social cooperation’s activities. These operations will be also useful to create common consideration about the topic of international dynamics and international events that could bring more opportunities for the benefit of territory and players.
Board for operative dialogue about concrete projects of main importance under economic and institutional aspects (like EXPO 2015 and following editions, international fairs and seminars, EU funds and sustainable development’s opportunities for european SME, business tours and business missions, academical researches, feasibility studies applied to operative strategie for market entry’s dynamics)
Shared tools panel structured among supporters and members of C.U.P.I. with agreement to make more easy and sustainable the access to services form common goals and perspectives. comune.
Analysis and research activities to boost training opportunities and educational platform for social aims. Such activity represents concrete base to improve social participation and civil involvement into international dynamics
Where does it operate?
C.U.P.I. represents a long time highly “felt” and discussed project. As working board among professionals and organizations, it takes place in Milan and it embraces operators almost from the area Padano – Veneta, but it is already collecting energies and proposals from foreign partners and associations. In particular the Association that I manage as President and Director, Asian Studies Group well represents the cross cultural “soul” which we want to approach for example operators from East Asia – In tight connection we have already introduced the activity of EU Networking Centre in Japan from Kobe, and some consulting companies that operates on internationalization’s of SME on foreign markets, both EU and not EU markets. In particular in Bologna we are already working hard with Internazionalizza S.r.l. for that concerns some companies in that area and they are approaching Japan, China and Korea, and recently we’ve started to collect some contributions and proposals from GN Lex – legal firm with hq in Milan and operative branch in Shanghai. In Milan we well know the activity of CMEX China Milan Equity Exchange and Carone and Partners Legal firm which we’re used to consult frequently for some issues in behalf of our C.U.P.I.’s members. Recently we’re also cooperating with AITA – International Association for development of Advanced Technologies with hq in Rome with recent branch in Milan to assist some projects during Milan EXPO 2015.
In particular, concrete board for cooperation in behalf of key local sectors during Milan EXPO 2015 is one of our first high working points which we’ve introduced recently the activity of our group. ‘Cause in Milan operators, associations, professionals and companies are already working towards right and effective mood for the international event, we think that some borders- area like Province of Lodi, Province of Pavia and Brescia, Bergamo, Monza etc (and I’m not talking about local administration as politic entities..) should create more intense network of projects to boost the opportunity the Expo will bring us towards their local operators and territories. That’s why, for example, recently we’ve presented to Lodi Export (consortium for development of exporting opportunities for province or Lodi’s area) the proposal to join our discussion-group to focus on common aims for mutual benefit that international perspectives could bring to this area.