WHAT IS VENTURE THINKING?

Venture Thinking is an enterprise, a large enterprise. It is an accelerator of ecosystems. It is a meeting place for entrepreneurs, philosofers, designers, innovators to focus and share visions, strategies and paradigs on our present scenario.

Venture Thinking is an enterprise, a large enterprise. It is an accelerator of ecosystems. It is a meeting place for entrepreneurs, philosofers, designers, innovators to focus and share visions, strategies and paradigs on our present scenario. It is the undertaking – absolutely necessary and urgent – of building new exciting relationships among philosophy, business, creativity, work. The enterprise of growth that can be profitable, if human and vital.


Venture Thinking is an ecosystem accelerator
  that combines different experiences and skills to overcome the economic crisis through collaboration, solidarity and sharing.

A team made of CEOs, philosophers, entrepreneurs, economists and inventors take the field to share experiences and generate new ideas to identify a new development model and overcome the crisis together. Originated from an idea of ​​eFM – leading Italian company focused on workplace principles of Smart Working, Digital Transformation and Open Innovation – Venture Thinking wants to reflect on the present time to design the future. The Covid-19 emergency has stopped production activities all over the world and in most sectors both supply and demand are paralyzed.

Speed, at present linked to emergency, health and restoring matters, will become a typical feature of our life.  To deal with these new scenarios, companies need to think and plan differently.

 

With international partners such as IESE and Campus Bio-Medico University in Rome, Venture Thinking wants to create an acceleration model based on ecosystems that work on vertical and horizontal generative relationships. By sharing resources and know-how, transferring top-level skills, developing ideas and sharing useful practices for SMEs, the project wants to create exchanges and discussions to rapidly emerge from the crisis.