The name

STOÀ in ancient Greek means literally “porch”, but its meaning is further and is linked to the fundamental combination of knowledge and spirit of brotherhood.

The portico, a symbol evoked by the historic and unmistakable logo of Stoà.

The philosopher Zeno created the Stoic school right in the arcades of Athens in the third century BC.

Stoicism, synthesizing the thought of George H. Sabine in “History of political doctrines”, has a conception of natural equality of all men, outlining “the concept of human brotherhood united by the bonds of a justice so vast as to include all men”.

An open and inclusive concept of Knowledge, to be shared with anyone who needs to expand their knowledge.

This is the philosophy behind the Stoà Business School project, planned to give anyone who feels ready a proactive and avant-garde professional future, through the enhancement of each participant.