Microsoft House, the new headquarters of Microsoft Italy, is now open in Milan. The modern glass building, with its sharp angles and innovative use of space, is expected to receive more than 200,000 visitors, 10,000 professionals, 4,000 students and 1,000 school principals in its first year alone – highlighting Microsoft’s commitment to open innovation and collaboration with the local community and surrounding environment.
“Microsoft House reflects our mission of helping people and organizations to get more out of digital,” says Carlo Purassanta, CEO of Microsoft Italy. “Located at the heart of Milan, in a dynamic environment easily connected with the rest of Italy, half of the building is open to our ecosystem of customers, consumers, partners and students as part of the commitment we have undertaken as Microsoft Italy.”
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Microsoft News Center Staff