Projects Archive

VIU_TeDIS is one of the partners of the project SUSPORT.
SUStainable PORTs is a strategic project funded by the Interreg Italy-Croatia Program.
Priority Axis: Maritime transport
Specific object: Improve the quality, safety and environmental sustainability of marine and coastal transport services and nodes by promoting multimodality in the Programme area.

First Draft is a blog for discussions related to craftsmanship, design, globalization of SMEs, competitiveness.

It was opened in 2004 as a dissemination output of the first TeDIS research on the "design, creativity and innovation" focus area.
It is animated by TeDIS researchers and collaborators and is an up-to-date overview of what is going on in Italy on this topic.

Michelangelo Foundation appointed Tedis and particularly Stefano Micelli, its Scientific Director as expert to collaborate in the concept of their Homo Faber project, to select the artisans to be part of one of the exhibition's pavillion and to curate the automotive pavillion.

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Tour PMI is one of the innovation projects of Banca IFIS Impresa which aims to create a storytelling of the Bank through its client companies.
Banca IFIS every month selects the companies among all the Italian regions and meets the entrepreneurs directly in their productive realities for a storytelling through the development of mini-documentaries describing their story. Tedis contributed to the concept development and to the storytelling management. 

 

Tedis has been appointed by PIM to collaborate in a research analyzing the revitalization of city centers through the artisans labs and shops as key factor of the economic reinassance of urban life.

The Italian Ceramic Association and Tedis carried out a research on strategic "go-to-market" marketing in the ceramics sector.
The research consist of a strategic analysis of the "go-to-market roadmap" of the ceramic sector for a reading of the criticalities and opportunities present on today's markets and to implement actions and synergies to better address the crisis, in particular in the following contexts:
- "go-to-market" model of the craft sub-sector,
- model of actions and implementation of opportunities and operational synergies between the various subsectors,
- analysis of problems related to counterfeiting and unfair competition.

 

 

 

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