2013 has been the last year of the original Trivioquadrivio: the 11th of January 2014 we will become adults and – willy-nilly – we will better arrange our head on our shoulders. (read all)
More than 130,000 participants, over 650 events, 182 venues across the city.
These are extraordinary numbers of the second edition of BookCity Milano, held in Milan from the 21st to the 24th of November 2013. (read all)
Open is a 1000 square meters area that has just opened in Viale Monte Nero 6, Milan. Here you can find books, tablet to surf, co-working area, three meeting rooms, a gourmet bar and about 20 meters of shared table to freely write, eat and think. (read all)
For the second year, Trivioquadrivio is supporting Fondirigenti and Federmanager in disseminating and transmitting the values of corporate culture and the value of doing business throughout schools across the country. (read all)
SUPSI – University of Applied Sciences and Arts of Southern Switzerland has pioneered the use of MAPPS ® within the Master of Science in Business Administration. (read all)
The best way to provide a better future for this struggling European economy is to lead new generations toward a deeper understanding of the value of entrepreneurship. (read all)
The first edition of Jewish and the City | International festival of Jewish culture opened on the evening of September 28, at the end of Shabbat. More than 700 people filled up the Great Hall and the foyer of the Franco Parenti Theatre to attend the premiere of the Festival. (read all)
Few months ago I participated in the second edition of Villa d’Este Style, an initiative organized by one of the best hotels in the world and dedicated to one of the most beautiful cars in the world. (read all)
Jewish and the City is the name of the first International Festival of Jewish culture commissioned by the Jewish Community of Milan, in cooperation with the City of Milan and designed by Trivioquadrivio. (read all)
Trivioquadrivio and Art For Business take the arts to the Trento Festival of Economics. When Tito Boeri, scientific director of the Festival of Economics, introduced the theme of the 2013 edition, he underlined the need to work towards the “formation of an elite and ruling class able to govern global processes”.