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.
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 where initial observations from a strategic analysis The European House – Ambrosetti consultants are currently preparing were presented.
The picture that emerges from analysis of Italian food & beverage performance in recent years is both positive and negative. While some sectors have manifested extraordinary competitive ability, with their billings and earnings growing, others have suffered to a greater extent, also because they are more exposed to trends in the domestic market.
In general, however, agrifood has shown significant resilience in all sectors.
To understand the causes behind this ability to adapt, including in situations that are not easy such as those in recent years, The European House-Ambrosetti has prepared a special analysis designed to identify the best-performing sectors, their critical factors of success and their points of weakness to be corrected.
This study will create the basis for in-depth discussion with the participation of business leaders and leading government and institutional figures.
The first Round Table took place on Wednesday, May 11 in Parma (Fiere di Parma – Viale delle Esposizioni, 393/A – Sala Giuseppe Verdi – Padiglione 8) and during this meeting ample space was dedicated to the theme of the evolution of the relationship between large scale distribution and manufacturing.
Speakers: Francesco Pugliese (Managing Director and General Director of the Conand Group), Maniele Tasca (General Director of the Selex Group) and Luigi Scordamaglia (Managing Director of INALCA).