MIT REAP Team Campania is focusing on their home region of Campania, Italy. Campania is home to seven universities, several public research institutes, and technology clusters. It also has great manufacturing capacity, with industries in agriculture, forestry, fishery, and construction. MIT REAP Team Campania seeks to leverage sea-land logistics and the maritime industry, due to their significance in the regional economy.
The team is represented by stakeholders from four of the five stakeholder groups. The team is championed by Parthenope University of Naples, with key stakeholders from the Campania regional government, Next GeoSolutions SpA, and the Italian Association of Sustainable Inter-Modal Logistics.
Innovation Ecosystem Stakeholder Model
Champion Professor; Parthenope University of Naples
Champion Regional Minister; Startups, Innovation, and Internationalization, Campania Region
President (School of Economics and Law) ; Parthenope University of Naples
President; ALIS (Italian Association of Sustainable Inter-Modal Logistics)
Research Fellow; Parthenope University of Naples
Associate Professor; Parthenope University of Naples
CEO; Next GeoSolutions SpA
Co-Director & CFO; Next Geosolutions UKCS Ltd; Marnavi
CEO, President; Graded, Confindustria Campania
Vice General; BPER bank
Manager, Regione Campania
Deputy Director General & Head of International Relations, ALIS
Core Regional Metrics
Ability to develop new to the world innovations from inception through to the market.
Campania has a population of 5,869,000.
Culture & Community
In the Campania region, there are over 6,000 scholars and research through local universities and public research institutes.
Ability to start and build new to the world businesses from inception to maturity.
The value of exported goods from Campania is estimated at 7.6 billion.
Culture & Community
480,000 firms are included in Campania’s Entrepreneurial Ecosystem. 38.6% are associated with commercial activities, 12.6% with agriculture, forestry, and fishery, 12.1% with construction, and 8.1% with manufacturing.