Rome, 4 May 2020 – Eni's business school opens. The call for applications to Joule is up on the website eni.com/joule. The project's aim is to train the entrepreneurs of tomorrow, promoting a culture founded on the values of integration, sustainable growth and development of informed leadership.
This project aims to be a trigger for relaunching businesses in Italy and for developing innovative, sustainable start-up companies, at a historic moment that presents huge challenges and profound transformations, in a testimony of the importance that Eni places on people’s training, in line with its values.
Joule will see Eni share the goals the company has made its own over the last years with the business players of the future, including: a commitment to researching solutions for the transition to an energy model with a low carbon impact; the ever more important role of renewable energy and the circular economy; providing access to energy and contributing to use of sustainable energy resources for local development in countries through investment, skills and technology.
Much like the unit of measure for energy from which it takes its name, Joule will centre its activity on the unit of measure of business: people. It is a school based on the integration between academic skills, business skills and students' experience.
Eni's school will follow two lines of action, which aim to foster the growth of new businesses and entrepreneurs, not necessarily in the energy sector, interested in developping a path that will help Italy accelerate, all based on the company's values.