Business & Economy

Taste the History of Gelato – yummy!

Friday, November 27th, 2015
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By Silvia Donati Could you have guessed that, when people type the word Bologna in search engines, it is more often in association with the word gelato than tagliatelle or tortellini? The strong connection between Bologna and that wonderful sweet thing that is gelato is highlighted by the presence of a unique museum located just […]


Thursday, November 26th, 2015

And produce 9% of Italy’s GDP The employment rate of foreigners is also higher than the national average as they are more likely to start new businesses. Today, Italy’s migrant workforce tops 5 million – 11% of the total population, which some economists equate this as being an important engine of growth for the economy. […]

1 MILLION reasons for an astute Bolognese to recycle old clothes

Wednesday, August 26th, 2015

“No clothing company can continue to use the environment as much as it is doing today,” said the chief executive of H&M, the second largest retailer in the world in the field of fashion. This is why H&M Conscious Foundation has made available one million euro for those who find a new technique for recycling. […]

Erasmus students do a runner!

Saturday, April 25th, 2015
Out with the old. in with the new.

Erasmus students do a runner! A new initiative to promote ‘paying for bus fares’ in Bologna has just been launched by Tper. Apparently, an earlier article in the Carlino stated that Erasmus students were especially lazy (ahem, deliberately so) about paying for bus tickets! And of course, even if they were caught and fined very […]

SMARTPHONE APP for world’s biggest market

Friday, April 24th, 2015

Bolognese businessman Roberto Condello ’s tech solution for Istanbul’s Grand Bazaar. If you’ve ever found yourself in the middle of the Grand Bazaar in Istanbul, you’ll soon realise how its labyrinth of shops present an immense and complicated navigation puzzle to visitors. It’s the largest market in the world and every year is visited by […]

Bolognese Superwomen

Friday, April 24th, 2015

Guest list: Dora Carapellese – Freelance Consultant Sara Roversi – Founder of You Can Group Susanne Plaehn – Fundraiser for Opera House Julie Wade – English Teacher at CLA, Unibo What’s your job? Communication Consultant and Public Relation, Press Office What was your previous job? I’ve been doing this since 1997. Are you paid fairly? No but in this […]


Sunday, March 1st, 2015

…for tourists & local businesses Bologna is quite literally closing for the summer and even beyond, or so it would seem from the never-ending barriers to prevent traffic and pedestrians from moving around the city. Narrow metal corridors are herding people through the streets making it a nightmare to navigate. Imagine therefore how families, people […]