On September 22, the training course on Circular Economy Management, organized by Joule, the Eni school of entrepreneurship, ended.
The course aimed to impart basic knowledge and delve into the core principles of the subject, with a focus on the issues of ecological transition and digital innovation.
It was an opportunity to develop and analyze concrete solutions, applicable from a broad perspective, both in terms of contexts of use and time horizons
The course was organized into 5 modules, each focusing on a specific aspect of the Circular Economy:
To enable and promote student interactivity, 15 students were selected from the doctoral programs surveyed by Rome Technopole.
Joule, Eni‘s school of entrepreneurship, has been supporting the growth of sustainable businesses with training paths and acceleration programs since 2020. A true ecosystem in which space is given to new visions of the future, through the development of key skills and tools for accelerating a startup, access to concrete challenges and opportunities, and a network of outstanding trainers and faculty.
Given the success of this first edition, new projects organized on a collaborative basis will start soon.