Two intense days, filled with discussions on the role of education and opportunities for young entrepreneurs, from new business opportunities to the impact of digital technologies.

In the article published on Blog Italia of AGI – Agenzia Giornalistica Italia and on the ANCE – Giovani website Angelica Donati gives her insights on the G20 YEA Summit, the event that took place in Buenos Aires and which brought together young entrepreneurs from all over the world.

Angelica Donati took part in this tenth edition of the Summit with Confindustria Giovani and in representation of ANCE Giovani (Italian National Association of Constructors).

The event gave all delegates the  opportunity to contribute with ideas and insights to the global political debate, also thanks to the “Final Comunique” which was addressed to the leaders of the G20.This year, it underlined the value of sustainable and inclusive entrepreneurship, especially with regards towomen and those traditionally excluded from the business world.

San Nicolás is one of the smallest districts of the immense Buenos Aires: without a renowned football team, it is however the beating heart of the Argentine capital’s economy and home to its Central Business District.

San Nicolás is also the symbol of a multicultural city and of its European imprint: historical headquarter of the British Empire Consulate, the neighborhood is wedged between the Recoleta, with its French-style architecture, and Monserrat, the original area of ​​the city founded from the Spaniards at the end of the 16th century.

Right here in San Nicolas, in the headquarters of CAME – Argentina Confederation of Medium Enterprises – two hundred young entrepreneurs from all over the world met for two days.

Entrepreneurship, education and business of the future were the themes at the centre of the G20 YEA. The event involved the main business organizations of the G20 countries, in a moment of debate to discuss and explore the future challenges and the new opportunities for business related to the development of digital technologies.

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