‘Insieme per…’, first meeting of Consortium for Italy
Consorzio per l’Italia gathers its members in Palermo on May 5 and 6, 2022 for the first annual meeting organized by the association. Consorzio per l’Italia (CPI) is a non-profit organization born in 2021 from the will of a group of entrepreneurs led by Salvatore Nasca (Ematic), who is its President, with the aim of guaranteeing the end user and promoting the whole elevator sector and which today counts more than 120 members among the companies of the sector. “It will be two days to reflect together – explains Nasca – and share experiences, propose methods and solutions for the opportunities that await us in the years to come in the fields of education, work, economy and social. It is the first meeting in presence that we organize and therefore assumes a historical importance for us”.
The event, sponsored by the Sicily Region, is held at the Saracen Sands Hotel and Congress Center in Isola delle Femmine, in the province of Palermo, and is led by Piero Muscari, publisher, journalist and communications expert. On stage with him there will be many guests from different sectors: entrepreneurs, politicians, business and communication professionals. Among these is also the editor-in-chief of Elevatori Magazine Maddalena Parotelli, who will speak on the morning of May 6.
Also taking part in the convention will be Davide Faraone, group leader of Italia Viva at the Senate, Michelangelo Tagliaferri, expert in territorial planning and founder of Accademia di Comunicazione, Angelo Artale, general manager of the Federation of Industry Products, Systems, Services and Specialized Works for Construction and Maintenance, Monsignor Tommaso Stenico, presbyter, writer and lecturer, Francesco Chiappetta, business manager and university professor, Ezio Delfino, president Disal, executives autonomous and free schools, Miriam Randazzo of Coplus Srl, Peppino Bonanno, credit manager and bonus manager for Fidimed, Andrea Torcivia, criminologist and sociologist, Mauro Sgarbi of Isy-Host Creative technologies, Luciano Ghelfi, editor-in-chief Tg2, Nino Galante, general manager of the Consortium for Italy and professor of marketing.
“We are two years after the debut of this aggregative and visionary idea – adds Nasca – born during the lockdown with the participation in videoconference on May 1, 2020, workers’ day and date of strong symbolic value, of a significant number of companies and professionals even then”.