- Organisations and institutions
[G4-DMA Public Policy] TIM is determined to continue its collaborative and transparent relations with national and supranational institutions in order to facilitate dialogue on matters of mutual interest and to ensure the Group’s viewpoint is faithfully represented.
Our target audiences in this respect are:
- TIM strategic relevance
The Company stands as a digital ecosystem “enabler”, connecting companies, government bodies and local communities, so as to create positive synergies for development. The contribution the Group makes towards growth in the sectors in which it operates doesn’t stop at infrastructure projects but ranges from digital solutions for government local bodies to cloud services for businesses, digital platforms for healthcare, applications for people with disabilities to technologies for reducing energy use by cities and companies.
- The economic effects of broadband and ultrabroadband networks on growth and employment
- Tim netbook: a way to improve transparency in the development of network infrastructure and encourage the development of digital projects
- Digital culture
Alongside its infrastructure project, TIM has promoted various initiatives to improve digital literacy, the technological equipment used by the population and the use of services that make the most of the potential of the Internet.