Match is a Swiss no-profit Association which aims to create a link between both the university and the professional environment, giving to the students the possibility to offer business supporting services to local Start-ups and SMEs.
A Junior Enterprise founded from USI (Università della Svizzera Italiana) students, professors and local entrepreneurs.
The Mission: to seek new young talents, build heterogeneous teams and offer growth opportunities to the business entities.
Are you a university student? Would you like to introduce some work experience into your career?
Write to us in order to help in offering consultancy services in your field to start-ups and SMEs.
You can contribute to the development of a project by working when and where you like, as long as you are ready to get involved while respecting commitments and deadlines.
You will have the opportunity to learn, work in heterogeneous teams and receive monetary and reference rewards for your work.
Preferred Faculties: Economics and Finance, Communication and Marketing, Computer Science.
Are you planning to launch a new business? Are you working on getting your start-up off the ground? Would you like to implement projects for your company?
Associazione Match offers support to set-up your business needs in the areas of financing, management, marketing and IT.
If you need support in your professional activities, regardless of the industry, Associazione Match provides you with heterogeneous teams of students. The young people, guided by mentors and professors, make themselves available to support strategic choices and carry out operational activities to increase your business potential and expand your network.
Associazione Match is involved from October 2019 in the European project BE-READI Alps (Business Economic Renewal to Enhance Strategic Development and Innovation in Alpine Space).
The ecosystem of alpine innovation is home to many traditional SMEs that tend to be hostile or unable to change and adopt state-of-the-art ideas to improve their business. In addition, there are many start-ups with high innovation potential, which often have little experience and reduced access to established channels, and finally, there are also public and private actors who support enterprises through a range of services, but which are often fragmented, redundant, territorially limited and related to often only one field of knowledge (innovation, digitalization, internationalization or access to finance).
In the fourth call of the Interreg Alpine Space Programme, BE-READI ALPS (Business Economic Renewal to Enhance strAtegic Development and Innovation in Alpine Space) was approved for financing.
BE-READI ALPS intends to contribute to the enhancement of the innovative and digital fabric of the Alpine space, designing and testing initiatives to develop an Alpine living lab that stimulates traditional SMEs to launch a "second life", through the creation of value chains extended at interregional level.