Again in 2019, the Italian agrifood supply chain confirmed itself to be one of the driving sectors of the national economy thanks to the sector’s positive performance, which registered record levels in many of the main economic indicators. Despite this, even Food&Beverage was subject to unprecedented impact following the crisis connected with the Covid-19 health emergency.
This forum, targeted to top managers and businessmen, provided participants with a highly-valuable experience and allow them to expand their network of contacts within this sector.
Thursday, June 13, 2019, 9:00 am – 17.30 pm (registration 08:45 am)
Bologna, c/o La Porta Restaurant (Piazza S. Vieira de Mello, 3/2a)
In light of the analysis, research and observations developed from the suggestions supplied by the members of the Ambrosetti Club Food & Beverage & Nutrition Community, we have developed four proposals which we believe represent an important point-of-departure for promoting competitiveness in this sector.
In recent years, Ambrosetti Club has created vertical communities for related industrial sectors. In light of the importance of the Made in Italy Italian food sector, 2016 will see the birth of the Food&Beverage&Nutrition community that fittingly makes its debut at Cibus 2016.