Companies that have already chosen Campania for their business
Apple’s Developer Academy in Naples offers learning and career opportunities to thousands of aspiring software programmers, creators and entrepreneurs across Europe.
In collaboration with the Federico II University, Apple is extending the Academy’s programmes until 2025 and launching a new programme with resources for alumni to give them more opportunities to build and develop their own business ventures.
Since the opening of the Developer Academy in Naples in 2016, nearly 2,000 students have gone through the Academy programme, which provides tools and training to find and create jobs in the growing iOS app economy – which supports more than 1.7 million jobs across Europe.
I see opportunities everywhere, I see them here in Naples, and I see them in youTim Cook, CEO of Apple
We are very proud to expand Apple’s investment in Naples, fostering new opportunities for young people in the region and across Europe to develop core skills that will enable them to build careers in the vibrant iOS app ecosystemLisa Jackson, Apple’s Vice President of Environment, Policy and Social Initiatives
In Pomigliano d’Arco production has increased from 125 to 250 units per week.
Alfa Romeo combines passion and rigour, with results. It is building its future on past experience. This is the basis to start a future based on new technologies. We will be very focused on quality: Alfa now has premium brand margins. It is able to make moneyCarlos Tavares, CEO of Stellantis
Philip Morris Italia confirms the importance of Southern Italy in its growth strategy: it is the most important buyer of tobacco in Campania, accounting for 65% of the region’s tobacco production. The economic impact of Philip Morris Italia’s investments on the agricultural tobacco supply chain in Campania is estimated at €82 million on an annual basis. The company has pledged to invest EUR 500 million over five years (2023 – 2027) to purchase Italian tobacco. The company’s presence in the country, in addition to investments, includes also the valorisation of human capital, and here too the Mezzogiorno plays a fundamental role: from the University of Naples Federico II, several are the realities of the world of training involved in the Philip Morris Institute for Manufacturing Competences (IMC), the Philip Morris group centre for advanced training and the development of competences linked to Industry 4.0
We have invested in the south of Italy because there is excellence that can be brought out in every region: here we employ over 11 thousand people. We are proud of these achievements, which allow us to increase our presence in Southern Italy with this new advanced service centre for Italian consumers of our smokeless products.Marco Hannappel, President and CEO of Philip Morris Italia
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