There are ten Emilian-Romagna start ups, five of which belong to the food industry, who will experience on the field what it means to operate in Silicon Valley.

Until November 15, 2015, the first edition of a course that will become a permanent training mechanism in Silicon Valley, the world center for creating start-up innovations, will kick off.

In fact, the Emilia-Romagna Region, supported by Aster, has launched the Aster in Usa program, a subsidiary in Silicon Valley to support start-ups that want to internationalize their market, seek new funding and increase their skills.

The first result was the selection of ten emiliano-romagnole startups, which will participate in Sillo Valley Tvlp Express at Menlo Park for free: PlumeStars, FruttaWeb, Sgnam, EasyDinner, GoVid, Saladz, Ticket, LocalJob, Spesacasa, Elements.

The program consists of theoretical lessons with teachers and professors of the most important American economic universities, networking events and incubator visits and companies in Silicon Valley.

Today, Silicon Valley is a virtuoso ecosystem model, where collaboration between start-ups, universities and investors has created a neuralgic pole for the world’s leading high tech companies.