Angelini Industries is a multinational industrial group founded in Ancona in 1919 by Francesco Angelini. Today, Angelini Industries represents a solid and diversified industrial reality that employs approximately 5,800 employees and operates in 21 countries around the world with revenues of over 2 billion euros, generated in the healthcare, industrial technology and consumer goods sectors.
A targeted investment strategy for growth; constant commitment to research and development; deep knowledge of markets and business sectors, make Angelini Industries one of the Italian companies of excellence in the sectors in which it operates. The group is committed to reducing its environmental impact and finding increasingly advanced solutions in terms of circular economy, adopting the most advanced standards in health and safety of workers and the most rigorous processes to ensure maximum quality by verifying the entire supply chain: from supplier certification, to the control of raw materials, to the production process, to the finished product and packaging, up to spot checks at the point of sale. For over 100 years, the Angelini family has been leading the evolution of Angelini Industries with an entrepreneurial style typical of Italian family capitalism.
Confcooperative, founded in 1919, is the main association representing cooperatives and social enterprises considering number of associates (17.000), people employed (530.000) and revenues (82 billion euros).
Enel is a multinational power company and a leading integrated player in the global power and renewables markets; at global level, it is the largest renewable private player, the foremost network operator by number of end users and the biggest retail operator by customer base. The Group is the worldwide demand response leader and the largest European utility by ordinary EBITDA.
Intesa Sanpaolo is Italy’s leading banking group – serving families, businesses and the real economy – with a significant international presence, supporting Festival dell’Economia di Trento since its first edition”.
Cedacri S.p.A., the most important Italian company specialized in IT outsourcing services for the banking sector, in 2021 was acquired by ION Investment Group, a leading fintech company on the international market in the development of software, data and analysis for international financial institutions, central banks and large corporations.
Cerved helps businesses, banks and other institutions protect themselves from risk and grow sustainably. With a unique wealth of data & analytics, Cerved provides services and digital platforms to manage risks and to foster growth, including advisory solutions. Through Cerved Credit Management Group, it helps the Italian economy dispose of non-performing loans, while Cerved Rating Agency offers creditworthiness assessments of companies and their debt instruments. In September 2021, Cerved Group Spa joined the ION Group, one of the largest international fintech operators.
The FS Italiane Group is one of the largest Italian companies, at the heart of the country's sustainable mobility system. It counts around 86,000 employees, over 10,000 trains a day, more than 17,000 km of railway lines and 32,000 km of roads. FS’ Group governance is composed by 4 different Business Unit- Infrastructure, Passenger, Logistics, Urban - each one made up of different subsidiaries controlled by the holding company.
Founded in 1821, ITAS Mutua is the oldest company in Italy. Since its origins, it has maintained its role as a mutual company at the service of its insured members, directing its actions towards the development of the common good.
Mundys’s strategic goal is to continue the Group’s growth and modernisation, investing in sustainable infrastructure (primarily airports and motorway networks) and in technological innovation, supporting people at all stages in their journey, whether across town or long-distance, by providing quality services designed with a view to caring for the environment.
Mundys is already present in 24 countries, managing iconic and strategic assets and infrastructure and services that are integrated with each other. Every year, over 3bn journeys are made by light and heavy vehicles on the Group’s motorway networks, whilst the Company’s Italian (Fiumicino and Ciampino) and French (Nice, Cannes and Saint Tropez) airports play host to 60m passengers and a further 7m use Telepass’s mobility services. Mundys also has a presence in more than 600 major cities throughout the world (including London, Miami, Singapore and Bogotà), providing innovative urban mobility platforms that improve traffic flow and cut emissions. The new business has over 23,000 employees, of which around 6,000 in Italy alone.
The Italian Banking Association (ABI) is a voluntary non-profit organization. It represents, protects and promotes the legitimate common interests, reputation and image of banks and associated entities.
Amplifon, global leader in the hearing care retail market, empowers people to rediscover all the emotions of sound. Amplifon’s around 19,400 people worldwide strive every day to understand the unique needs of every customer, delivering exclusive, innovative, and highly personalized products and services to ensure everyone the very best solution and an outstanding experience. The Group, with annual revenues of over 2 billion euros, operates through a network of over 9,300 points of sale in 25 Countries and 5 continents.
ANCE, the National Association of Construction Companies, represents Italian companies of all sizes operating in the construction industry. The system consists of 89 Territorial Associations and 20 Regional Unit, centers of excellence of an association network spread throughout the country working to protect the interests of the sector by contributing to the economic competitiveness, progress and social welfare of the country.
Company that built and operates the A22, the main overland link between Italy and Europe, has also been active for years in rail freight transport with the aim of ensuring efficient and sustainable mobility.
CBRE Group, Inc. (NYSE:CBRE), a Fortune 500 and S&P 500 company headquartered in Dallas, is the world’s largest commercial real estate services and investment firm (based on 2022 revenue). The company has approximately 115,000 employees (excluding Turner & Townsend employees) serving clients in more than 100 countries. CBRE serves a diverse range of clients with an integrated suite of services, including facilities, transaction and project management; property management; investment management; appraisal and valuation; property leasing; strategic consulting; property sales; mortgage services and development services.
COIMA is a specialist in the investment, development and management of Italian real estate assets, focused on delivering an ESG impact. COIMA Holding controls a range of operating companies including COIMA SGR, an investment & asset management firm which manages 33 real estate investment funds with more than €10 billion in investments; COIMA REM, a development and property management company which has dedicated over 40 years developing and managing properties which now spans a total of over 5 million square metres; and COIMA HT which aims to enable the digitalization of physical spaces. Among the most important projects, COIMA has co-invested, co-developed and still manages the Porta Nuova neighborhood in Milan, the first in the world to achieve both the LEED for Cities and Communities and WELL Community certifications.
CONAI is a large consortium and in Italy constitutes a tool through which packaging producers and users guarantee the achievement of packaging waste recycling and recovery targets provided for by law.
Hines is a global real estate investment, development, and management company. Founded in 1957, it operates in 28 countries. Since 2016, with the leadership of Mario Abbadessa, it boasts investments over €6 billion in Milan, Florence and Bologna with operations in office, retail, residential, urban regeneration, logistics, and data centers.
Inail is a non-economic public organization that exclusively runs insurance against accidents at work and occupational diseases.
The insurance is mandatory for all employers who employ employees and parasubordinate workers in activities that the law identifies as risky and protects the worker against damages deriving from accidents and occupational diseases caused by working activity.
Over the years, Inail has expanded its functions to guarantee the protection of workers through:
The Rekeep Group is the leading Italian operator and one of the main European players in the Integrated Facility Management sector. From facility management to cleaning, through the management of green areas and maintenance, to specialized activities for hospital facilities, Rekeep provides a wide range of auxiliary services to the core business of large private groups, public entities and healthcare facilities. On the strength of its know-how in the energy sector, it has also been operating for years in the field of energy efficency upgrades of building, offering its clients solutions for the emissions and consumption reduction.
Renault Group is at the forefront of reinventing mobility. Backed by its alliance with Nissan and Mitsubishi Motors, and its unique expertise in terms of electrification, Renault Group relies on the complementarity of its 4 brands - Renault - Dacia - Alpine and Mobilize - and offers sustainable mobility solutions and innovative to its customers. Established in more than 130 countries, the Group sold 2.1 million vehicles in 2022. It brings together nearly 111,000 employees who embody its purpose on a daily basis, so that mobility brings us closer to each other. Ready to take up challenges both on the road and in competition, the Group is committed to an ambitious transformation that will generate value. This is centered on the development of new technologies and services, of a new range of vehicles that is even more competitive, balanced and electrified. In line with environmental challenges, Renault Group aims to achieve carbon neutrality in Europe by 2040.
RINA, Italy's leading certification and engineering company, offers a diverse range of services in the Energy, Marine, Certification, Real Estate and Infrastructure, Mobility and Industry sectors. With a revenue of 533 million Euros in 2021 and a workforce of over 5,300 employees from more than 90 nationalities, RINA has established its presence across 200 offices in 70 countries worldwide. The company actively participates in major global organisations and is a key contributor to the development of new regulatory standards.
Snam is Europe's leading natural gas transport operator with a network of about 38,000 km in Italy and abroad. It is among the top Italian listed companies by market capitalisation. With its 80 years of experience in the development and management of infrastructure, Snam guarantees security of supply and promotes energy transition with investments in green gas (biomethane and hydrogen), energy efficiency and CCS (Carbon Capture and Storage) technology.
Terna is the company that manages the Italian transmission grid (NTG) for high and extra-high-voltage electricity and is the largest independent electricity transmission system operator (TSO) in Europe. It has an institutional public service role essential to guarantee electricity to the country and allow operation of the entire national electricity system. With approximately 75 thousand km of high and extra-high-voltage power lines, 900 substations across the national territory and 26 cross-border interconnections, it can count on over 5,400 professionals.
The Arvedi Group, with a production of over six million tpy, has taken on a guiding role in Europe in the ambit of environmentally compatible steelmaking and includes a series of operations in the sectors of Carbon Steel and Stainless Steel. All the Group companies have been conceived with a view to specialization, optimized as regards production organization and plants, with state-of-the-art technology and in-house operating practices designed to improve efficiency, quality and flexibility, with an important investment plan which aims to achieve decarbonization through the application of the main concepts of the circular economy.
Since 1850, CDP has promoted the sustainable growth of Italy. Over time CDP’s role has evolved considerably in order to meet the economic and other challenges facing Italy. Its sphere of action has expanded significantly: the funding of local authorities is now accompanied by support for infrastructure and businesses, activities in the real estate sector, international cooperation and the management of major strategic investments.
Mozzarella di Bufala Campana is the most important DOP/PDO product in Central and Southern Italy. Consorzio di Tutela, established in 1981, is the only body recognized by the Ministry of Agriculture for the protection and promotion of this food excellence.
Established in 1991, Fondazione CRT is the third largest Italian philanthropic institution by asset. It has granted a total of more than EUR 2 billion for over 42,000 projects in the fields of art, research, education, welfare, environment and innovation. The Foundation also pilots interventions inspired by the logic of impact investing, for social and environmental impact: one of the greatest examples at European level is the urban regeneration of the OGR-Torino. Fondazione CRT is active in the main international networks of philanthropy and collaborates with international organizations of global relevance, including the United Nations and Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors.
Grant Thornton, member firm italiana di Grant Thornton International Ltd, riunisce oltre 500 professionisti in 16 città fornendo servizi di audit, assurance, consulenza tributaria, advisory, IT e di outsourcing.
Hydro Dolomiti energia: hydropower energy made in Trentino.
Hydro Dolomiti energia, a Dolomiti Energia Group’s company, is one of the main and ancient producer of energy from renewable sources.
LeasePlan is a global leader in Car-as-a-Service, with approximately 1.6 million vehicles under management in 28 countries. LeasePlan purchases, funds and manages new vehicles for its customers, providing a complete endto-end service for a typical contract duration of three to four years. LeasePlan is committed to taking a leadership role in the transition to zero-emission mobility and has set itself the ambitious goal of achieving net zero emissions from its funded fleet by 2030. With nearly 60 years’ experience, LeasePlan's mission is to provide what’s next in sustainable mobility so our customers can focus on what's next for them.
LIUC is a young, international university, one that is also student friendly. Close contact with companies is one of the University's many assets. Managers and entrepreneurs bring their experiences into the classroom, giving students the opportunity to work on real business projects. The courses of study offered by the schools of Business Economics and Engineering Management at LIUC meet the real needs of companies and boast innovative and experiential methods.
Porsche Consulting, a subsidiary of the well-known sports car manufacturer from Stuttgart, is the leading German company in operational excellence and strategic consultancy. Following the principle of "strategic vision. smart implementation", its consultants support industry leaders in the areas of strategy, innovation, performance improvement and sustainability. Porsche Consulting's global network of 12 offices serves clients in the fields of mobility, industrial goods, consumer goods, life sciences and financial services.
Starting Finance is the startup that is revolutionizing financial information and education, with the largest online and territorial community composed of Under35s.
The online presence is given by more than 800k followers on the different platforms: Instagram, YouTube, LinkedIn, TikTok and Facebook.
At the territorial level, Starting Finance has created a Network of 38 SF Clubs present in the main Italian universities, where the community can meet to discuss live the topics covered online, organizing training activities and approaching the world of work.
The Starting Finance Academy, with a catalog of 10 MasterClasses, makes the startup an all-round reference point for those who want to obtain the most important skills and knowledge to approach the world of finance and for those who want to complete their education with that component of practice and "realism" that is too often missing at the academic level.
TINEXTA, among the leading players in three market areas: digital trust, cybersecurity and business innovation. Thanks to the integration among our companies and the synergies these are able to generate, Tinexta can provide effective answers to all digital transformation needs, innovating processes and growing business.
Walliance is a digital platform, founded in 2016 in Trentino, that combines investment and financing opportunities in the real estate sector, accessible through various financial instruments including Equity, Lending and Debt.
The Office of the European Parliament in Italy represents the European Parliament in the national institutions, collaborating in the implementation of initiatives of common interest.
The European Commission Representation in Italy communicates Europe in Italy and Italy in Europe with a focus on initiatives and activities of common interest.
Fondazione Caritro is a private non-profit foundation that fosters the social and economic development of the Trentino region in the fields of scientific research, education, culture and social welfare; primarily, it aims to support any projects and networking initiatives that give concrete added value to the local community.
Inapp is a Public Research Institute. It carries out research, strategic analysis, monitoring and evaluation of economic, social, employment, vocational training and education policies. Inapp was set up on 1th December 2016, as a reshaping of the former Isfol (Institute for the development of vocational training for workers), founded in 1973.
The Institute is under the supervision of the Ministry of Labour and Social Policies. Together with the Italian National Institute of Statistics (Istat), Inapp is the only National Research Institute delivering statistical information acknowledged by Sistan (National Statistical System), of which it is a member.
Inapp implements periodical international surveys for Italy, such as the European Social Survey (ESS) and the Ocse-Piaac Programme for the international assessment of adult competencies.
Luiss University (Rome, Italy) educates 10,000+ students in an international and diverse environment, with strong connections to the business community, institutions, and the civil society. Specialised in the social sciences, Luiss educational approach – in both residential and on-live programmes – is enquiry-based and interdisciplinary to include AI and the humanities. Luiss offers 60 double/triple-degree programmes with prestigious international partners.
The history of Yamaha began in 1887 when its founder, Torakusu Yamaha, built the first pipe organ. Today Yamaha is a world leader in musical instruments, production devices and music reproduction. It is also committed to spreading musical culture through its music schools.