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(AGI) Milan, April 15 - A 'Share in Action' competition aimedat boosting the sharing economy was launched on Wednesday. Theinitiative, conceived and promoted by Fondazione Eni EnricoMattei (FEEM) and Fondazione Italiana Accenture, was launchedon the 'ideaTRE60' digital platform for social innovation. Allparticipants in the competition will be issued with 5e-learning modules and the finalists will get 20 hours oftraining workshops with Italian and international experts. Atthe end, there will be two winners: Best Profit Project andBest Nonprofit Project. A total of 10,000 euros will be awardedto each, together with 4 months of training courses. Thecompetition will be held from April 15 to May 22. Thecollaborative economy as a socio-economic model is growingsharply in Italy, as in the rest of the world. There are about100 platforms active in Italy that connect individuals toexchange and share goods and services, as well as about 40different crowdfunding schemes. The five e-learning modulesfeatured in the competition are: The Sharing Economy; MappingCollaborative Services; The Role of Technology in the SharingEconomy; Implementation of an Effective Business Plan; Tips fora Successful Elevator Pitch. Sabina Ratti, Director of FEEM,commented: "Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei always tries to turnresearch into action, transforming the principles ofsustainability and social innovation into continuous and sharedpractice. Being a co-creator and promoter of a contest thataims to develop collaborative practices for profit andnonprofit entities means helping to create value in our societyand committing to making these practices a distinctive elementin our way of working. With this opportunity, we hope toprovide cultural, technological and social tools to citizensand organisations in Italy, allowing them to adopt innovativemodels that focus on collaboration." . .