06/05/2024 
| T Network, Yarn
Born from the intuition of two students, “Made in Tam” concludes its (first) cycle of meetings on May 24th.

The “Made in Tam” project closes with a final podcast on May 24th which, born from an intuition of the ITS TAM Biella students Marta Londoni and Filippo Migliorini, described the supply chain through interviews with some of its protagonists. Alternating at the microphones of the two guys were 10 teachers and entrepreneurs, designers and creatives ready to share their experience and their journey. “The idea of making a podcast – explained the two young people – was born partly for fun and partly out of personal interest. “Made in Tam” was created in collaboration with the school and we would like to imagine making it continuous over the years for students attending their second year. It is a precious experience for us kids to develop skills that are transversal to our studies, to learn how to network and to build our future.”

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