The appointments of L’Economia on the territory are back: we start from Liguria (and from the Genova model)

The appointments of L’Economia, the economic supplement of Corriere, begin again, dedicated to getting to know the territories and their potentials more closely, comparing entrepreneurs, institutions and politics. The Economies of Italy, this year in a special edition focused on a digital webinar which can be accessed after registration, sees its first stop on Thursday 28 May to discover the economic and social fabric of Liguria. And not only that: we will try to investigate what are the pushes and strategies to follow to push the recovery of the country.
Other stages are scheduled during the year, which will take place in the manner that will be allowed by the social spacing and prevention measures of Covid-19. Here are the other cities and territories that will be “destinations” for further study: Florence, Bari, Turin, Rome, Vicenza, Naples, Bergamo, Bologna.

The streaming program

Thursday 28th the appointment, entitled The Economes of Italy. Starting afresh from businesses: the Genova model is online (AFTER REGISTRATION WITH AT LEAST 24 HOURS IN ADVANCE TO THE MAIL: [email protected]) and instreaming at 3pm. The President of the Region Giovanni Toti opens the session. Followed by a speech by the mayor of Genoa Marco Bucci, edited by Dario Di Vico, special correspondent of the Corriere della Sera. The highlight of the event is the round table moderated by Massimo Fracaro, head of L’Economia, where we will learn more about the Ligurian territory and its strategies for restarting, between key sectors, challenges of the future, the role of businesses and education. Among the guests: Luigi Attanasio, president of the Genoa Chamber of Commerce, Paolo Comanducci, rector of the University of Genoa, Giovanni Mondini, president of Confindustria Genova, Saverio Secchi, president of Confindustria Nautica, Neil Palomba, general manager of Costa Crociere.
The debate will be interspersed with other contributions such as the interview by Stefano Righi, journalist of L’Economia del Corriere della Sera with Andrea Perusin, Head of Northwest Territorial Macro Area of ​​Ubi Banca, and that to the commander Aldo Spinelli, owner of the logistics group with a turnover of 200 million. It will also be possible to intervene with questions, through the event chat.

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