The European House – Ambrosetti has become an official partner of Microsoft in the project for innovative startups, the goal of which is to aid these enterprises in the process of business development and market growth.
Taking place on November 27, 2020 was the forum entitled “Successful Companies: Resilience, Innovation and Sustainability for Entrepreneurial Excellence and Relaunching of Growth in Italy”, organized by Intesa Sanpaolo in collaboration with The European House – Ambrosetti.
November 17, 2020
4:00 – 6:00 pm
The study “The role of closed pension funds for the growth of the national economy”, prepared by The European House – Ambrosetti in collaboration with the Perseo Sirio Fund and with the participation of HSBC Global Asset Management, was presented.
This study, which goes beyond the short-term measures required for immediate relaunching, offers a long-term perspective. However, Ambrosetti Club believes that for a concrete relaunching of Italy, a strategic vision must be defined from the very beginning, a vision to guide Italy in choosing the priorities on which to concentrate the energy and resources available.
Like the rest of Europe, today Italy is undergoing major reconstruction and recovery. The changes which in recent months have shaken the foundations of our reference scenario, have further underlined the need to build a resilient economic system, oriented to the transition to more sustainable models. Study prepared in collaboration with Snam.
In 2016, The European House – Ambrosetti launched the “Liguria 2022” initiative, a platform for discussion and dialog among public and private players to relaunch the development model for the Liguria region through concrete projects and a shared medium/long-term strategy.
The European House – Ambrosetti established a high level multi-stakeholder community in 2019 to deal with the management of the world’s water resources as a driver of competitiveness and industrial development, with the goal of elaborating proposals for the government and national economy.
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.
In 2019 the Ambrosetti Club launched a process of research that involved the main stakeholders in the Italian university sector in a dialog with business leaders and national and international experts to identify the problems to be solved and provide ten proposals to be implemented to create a real “University 5.0” in Italy.