As has become customary, on Thursday, October 12, the Rome Business School hosted the delegation of the Bangladeshi Government’s Department of Information and Communication Technology for a training course on the Comparison of Technology Innovation Systems in Asia and Europe.
Specifically, new technological innovation policies were highlighted in the various systems of the computer markets of various cultures. Particular attention was also paid to the industry-leading Business Process Outsourcing system.
As always, the workshop was framed in an international perspective that saw a careful and detailed analysis of the comparison of technological innovation systems in various European and Asian contexts—particularly Bangladesh.
Once again, the Rome Business School had the great opportunity to count on the contributions of high-level experts for the course; in this case, Dr. Giuliana Baldo Chiaron, an IT specialist, to whom the Institute wishes to express its deep gratitude.