Made in Italy
On the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the Premio Penisola Sorrentina -Sorrentine Peninsula Award-, the writer Raffaele Lauro, General Secretary of Unimpresa, will intervene, among other authoritative speakers, at the conference, organized by the Director of the award, Mario Esposito, in collaboration with the Municipality of Sorrento and the Sorrento Foundation, on the theme "Environment, culture and tourism", which will be held on Saturday 24 October, at 10.30, at the Municipal Palace of Sorrento.
Study of Unimpresa association on the possession of Italian companies. Less than half of the shares of companies on the financial lists - whose value has plummeted by 100 billion over the 12 months - is held by foreign entities
Last week saw the celebrations for the first anniversary of the Arezzo Ethic Academy, one of the latest projects carried on by the Monnalisa foundation, cleverly and professionally managed by Lucia Fanfani
The Renzo Rosso holding company invested in Cortina d'Ampezzo, securing ownership of the oldest hotel of the so-called Queen of the Dolomites. This is the Hotel Ancora, founded in 1826 and undergoing renovation
An Italian startup is betting on ‘phygital’ relationships From tourism to financial services, from public to private sectors, from small family-run businesses to large organizations. As exit strategies from the Covid-19 emergency are implemented, consumption patterns are changing in line with new ways to interact with consumers
The philosopher entrepreneur Brunello Cucinelli entrusted his message of hope to a "Spring Letter" with which he invites everyone to observe the restrictions of these days and to be "aware but not apprehensive" with the certainty of returning to life as usual
Even the Michelin stars like Da Vittorio and Vicook, take the field with an unprecedented voluntary initiative in the management of the kitchens of the field hospital of the Alpini which is being created in a wing of the Bergamo fair and which will create 230 beds
The Coronavirus emergency has brought many sectors of Italian entrepreneurship to the field. The textile supply chain is converting its production lines to meet the need to produce disposable masks and gowns worn by doctors and nurses in all hospitals
Italian textiles team up against the coronavirus. To deal with the emergency and the restrictive measures imposed by the government, Mantero and Ratti start a close collaboration to keep production active and continue to guarantee normal customer services. The two Como weavers team up to share, in case of need, materials or entire production steps with the aim of to exchange information and undertake a shared decision-making line to protect production activities, to process orders in progress and to safeguard jobs explain Ratti and Mantero. From today the situation will be constantly monitored in a shared way in order to adopt, from now on, all the necessary behaviors and precautions in accordance with the directives of the Government and the Region to better face this emergency situation the joint note continues. The call to make a system is addressed to all the companies in the textile supply chain and wants to demonstrate that a strong and united district can continue to guarantee prompt responses and maximum quality of service, even in times of crisis, only through concrete synergies and a campaign of timely and collaborative information.