Eight companies go to USA with GAP

The Global Access Program 'Kick Off'

The Global Access Program (GAP) at the UCLA Anderson School of Management is a unique educational program that matches students in the Fully-Employed MBA (FEMBA) Program with existing international technology companies to develop a comprehensive business strategy to enable the companies to move to the next stage of corporate development.These strategies are based on extensive primary and secondary research.
Opportunities for Torino Piemonte Companies
A grat opportunity to define an internationalization strategy, an experience that provides conpanies a strict metodology of company growth and the ability to learn and use new trading approaches.  
Italian Partner
The Program in Italy is organized by Torino Wireless and supported by: Chamber of Commerce of Torino, API – Small and Medium Enterprise Association of Torino, Unione Industriale di Torino (Employers Association),  Mechanics and Mechatronics Companies Associated (AMMA), Piemonte Agency for Investments, Export and Tourism, and Mario Boella Institute.
Furthermore, the GAP program is part of the Think Up project, promoted by Chamber of Commerce of Torino and Piemonte Regional Government.
The companies
The selected companies to attend GAP 2008: