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 COVID-19 emergency will leave a profound mark on the economy and society and represents a historic moment of discontinuity. A new scenario is opening for Liguria which looks towards relaunching, development and the future in the transition from “Liguria 2022” to “Liguria 2030”.
The initiative has been created in collaboration with the Liguria Region and with the support of: Fondazione Compagnia di San Paolo, Autorità di Sistema Portuale del Mar Ligure Occidentale, Esso Italiana, Unione degli Industriali di Savona, Gruppo Duferco, CISCO Italia, Gruppo ERG, Europam, PSA Genova Pra’ – VTE, the Genoa Chamber of Commerce and the Ligurian Riviera Chamber of Commerce, and Gruppo Messina.
The fourth Forum shared with business and government leaders from the region and throughout Italy the initiatives provided for in the region’s most recent planning, the results attained as well as the future challenges for Liguria, especially in light of the current social-economic emergency.
Liguria region president Giovanni Toti attended the Forum. Other speakers: Matteo Bassetti (Director of the Infectious Diseases Department, IRCCS San Martino Hospital of Genoa); Valerio De Molli (Managing Partner & CEO, The European House – Ambrosetti); Erik Jakobsen (Managing Director, Menon Economics); Giuseppe Marino (CEO, Ansaldo Energia); Giorgio Metta (Scientific Director, Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia); Alessandro Profumo (CEO, Leonardo Company); Agostino Santoni (CEO, Cisco Italia).
The Forum will be moderated by Luca Ubaldeschi (Director, Il Secolo XIX).
For further information, please contact the event secretary:
Loredana Zaccuri, e-mail email@example.com, tel. +39 0246753.263.
Managing Partner and Chief Executive Officer,
The European House - Ambrosetti