Fortezza da Basso 28/29 April 2022 Florence.

Made in Italy social economic ethical value.

Two days of meetings and discussions on how to support small and medium-sized fashion companies between training, innovation and internationalization organized by cna federmoda with some of the leading experts. Roberto Corbelli, President of the Consortium Moda in Italy and Claudia Bellini, Communication coordinator of the Consortium Moda in Italy and President of CNA Federmoda Ravenna, were invited to the working tables. “Only by starting from our culture and our traditions will we be able to face international markets with innovative projects for micro and small businesses that need a new format for markets that do not have multibrand stores. However, we must never lose sight of the value of our know-how and traditions” said Roberto Corbelli.

Very interesting the interventions of:
Antonio Franceschini who briefly reported on the work tables the day before;
Dario Minutella principal of Kearney;
Luca Ferrucci full professor of economics at the University of Perugia;
Stefano Miceli professor of economics at the Cà Foscari University of Venice;
Leonardo Marras Councilor for productive activities of the Tuscany Region;
Marco Landi National President of CNA Federmoda;
Paola Migliorini Deputy Director of the Circular Economy and Green Growth Unit DG Environment, European Commission.
The journalist Romano Benini moderated and coordinated the interventions.
Centered the conclusions of Dario Costantini National President of CNA focused on the speed of small and medium-sized enterprises to redesign their production capacity and to be able to deal with the unpredictable easily resulting the real structural resource of our economy.