Dr. Andrea Bardi, the director of the institute, presented their work and the purpose of the research visit: to explore GoOpti as an innovative company with a successful internationally recognized business model focused on mobility. The visit was also dedicated to presenting an example of a good business practice from abroad to the students, as transport and logistics companies in Italy still seem to be rather conservative.
The visibility of GoOpti in foreign countries results also from the activities carried out in the scope of the SME2 project, aimed at internationalization. Last year, GoOpti successfully launched its services in the Italian market, so the visitors (who are also our regular customers) followed the presentation with great interest. Dr. Boris Horvat, a cofounder of GoOpti, presented the project activities in detail and stressed the importance of key personnel for the growth of the company as well as the importance of cooperation between R & D institutions and commercial companies.
The event was concluded by a pleasant conversation about further cooperation and by setting the foundations for future joint projects.