Territorial Development

Fifth Liguria 2030 Think Tank Forum

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 initiative has been created with the support of: Leonardo, Autorità di Sistema Portuale del Mar Ligure Occidentale, Esso Italiana, Banca Carige, Costa Crociere, Gruppo Duferco, RINA, CISCO Italia, Unione degli Industriali di Savona, Gruppo ERG, Europam, PSA Genova Pra’ – VTE, the Genoa Chamber of Commerce and the Ligurian Riviera Chamber of Commerce, Gruppo Messina, Ansaldo Energia, Villa Montallegro.

The fifth Forum concludes this year’s work which analyzed and examined the guideline and investment priorities in support of the strategic planning process in line with the indications from national and European planning and, specifically, the NRRP.

The Forum will offer the opportunity to share and discuss with national and international speakers the initiatives implemented to-date by companies and government and institutions in the region (including those involving management of the COVID-19 crisis), as well as new proposals for relaunching Liguria with focus on the decisive contribution of the maritime economy, tourism and high-tech.

Tuesday, July 6
9:30 am – 2:00 pm
La Cervara – Santa Margherita Ligure (with live streaming)
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Watch the video of the 2020 Forum

For further info:

Paola Gandolfo, e-mail paola.gandolfo@ambrosetti.eu, tel. 0246753.261
Loredana Zaccuri, e-mail loredana.zaccuri@ambrosetti.eu, tel. 0246753.263.

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