Anita Lo Mastro met the deputy governor of the Venero Region Hon. Gianluca Forcolin in the splendid setting of the Luna Baglioni Hotel in Venice
interview made before the coronavirus emergency
Honorable Forcolin, today you attended the event held here in Venice on the training of personnel organized by Fonarcom and Cifa and explains your point of view following the event
The theme of the conference is absolutely important, I participated more than willingly to understand the dynamics of the private sector of the Fund, how it is managed and understand the requests coming from the business world from the business world.
Knowing how to listen is essential for politics and institutions and I believe that training must be started to improve one’s work environment and above all to make it qualitative and competitive in a market that is constantly changing.
Training is an important pivot for providing innovative, essential tools in a territory such as that of Veneto where 92% of companies are under 9 employees and entrepreneurs have a fundamental role in developing new and competitive strategies.
Veneto is a wonderful region. You represent it on a social and institutional level with your activities.
Venice is the city par excellence, promoter of tourism and Made in Italy, a city dreamed of and loved by international tourism despite recent events have seen it suffer
The Venetians and the city of Venice keep going, they go on trying to improve themselves, tourism is the driving force, the driving force of this city, therefore training their staff and promoting the quality of accommodation is an important asset
You have touched exactly the theme, tourism can be considered the first company in Veneto and invoices 18 billion euros. The Veneto company is made up of the coast, the cities of art including Venice, Verona, Padua up to the lakes, mountains and hills where Prosecco is produced. Without forgetting the Dolomites, Unesco heritage.
The preparation and training to guarantee our visitors an excellent welcome is therefore fundamental.
We could say that training, together with the promotion of our country, form part of our internationalization system
Of course, because we are giving tools to the business world that can allow us to face new challenges that are imposed by the global market
What does “excellence” mean to you?
Excellence is beauty, something of superior quality, excellence is a value to be exported to the business world and in everyday life to raise the quality of life of citizens.
Anita Lo Mastro