YNAP hosts Ambrosetti Business Innovation Tour

July 9, 2018

9th July – Every year Ambrosetti – the well-known Italian think-tank network – chooses a location for its Ambrosetti Business Innovation Tour, a concentrate of company visits and meetings with experts and business executives of global companies and leaders in their sectors, to discuss with them the present but above all of the future. The 2018 edition sees London as the chosen location, and YNAP as one of the stop-overs of the tour, together with other prestigious companies like The Economist, Imperial College London, and Rolls Royce.

Why London?

For years, the British capital has been investing in a hub creation plan international innovation. London represents, in fact, from a point of view cultural, social and institutional a melting pot that fosters innovation

says Ambrosetti on its website

Digital Transformation, Artificial Intelligence, Cybersecurity, Big Data & Analytics, Fintech, Biotech are some of the main topics that will be explored during this Business Innovation Tour; why YNAP has been selected as one of the visits.

Last week we had, the pleasure to welcome a delegation of over 30 senior executives to our innovation excellence center, YNAP Tech Hub in London, for an immersive tour of YNAP innovation. The guests were greeted by Bruno Roland Bernard, Group Communications Director, and Jacopo Thun Hohenstein, Strategic Technology Sourcing & Partnerships Director for a day behind the doors of the tech house that powers our group’s online stores and those of our online flagship stores Powered by YNAP. As well as touring the YNAP Tech Hub, the delegation took part in two deep-dive sessions on our group’s strategy, focusing on our growing hard luxury focus as well as our tech approach, mobile transformation program and highly innovative customer experiences.

Ambrosetti represents the best of Italian corporations and multinationals based in Italy, with members including top management of companies from a host of different industries ranging from transport manufacturing to interior design.