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DO YOU BELIEVE IN THE METROPOLIS OF TOMORROW? JOIN THE ROME VOCATION PRIZE

Autor // Benedetto FioriPosted in // Design


www.vocazioneroma

Calling Rome is a group of young entrepreneurs, professionals and creative Romans with stories and different backgrounds: a new generation combined to commit themselves to the common good, to contribute to economic and social growth of its cities, to release its most vital energies.

"The Association was born from the belief that Rome has the strength to become a winning urban area, because we want our city, the city where we will live and work, has all the necessary features to emerge.
For this, we organized the competition "Premio Roma Vocation": we want to offer our talents under 40 working in our city the opportunity to confront the transformation of Rome, working on projects and proposals on four axes (territory, Enterprise, talent, professions) that articulates our Association.In particular, we want to give voice to projects aimed at increasing the quality of public services to citizens, to promote innovation policies and to apply the technology to the fruition of cultural heritage."

Projects will be evaluated by a Special Commission and the best four will be rewarded with a contribution of 2 thousand euros.
Sponsors of prizes will be Banca Monte dei Paschi di Siena.

Projects and requests to participate shall be delivered not later than 15 September according to the procedures set out in The notice of competition.

 

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CREDI NELLA METROPOLI DI DOMANI? PARTECIPA AL PREMIO VOCAZIONE ROMA

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