The Nexum Group’s fourth national meeting will be held in Bologna on 7, 8 and 9 October at the MUG – Magazzini Generativi space, an innovative project for the sustainable development of the area, sponsored by Emil Banca. The event is an opportunity to discuss the outlook for the national economy and labour market in the unprecedented post-Covid scenario. The meeting, entitled “Your next step: business consulting evolves towards innovation and sustainability”, offers a space to share visions for the future in an economic and social situation that, due to the pandemic, has changed profoundly in a short period of time. It will also assess the impact on the SME market of the resources put in place by the Recovery and Resilience Plan (PNNR).
High-profile contributors are expected to take part in a discussion between professionals aimed at creating original, effective ways of providing support to companies. The key moment of the event will be the opening and welcome addresses, on 7 October at 4 pm. Guests include Stefano Bonaccini, President of the Emilia Romagna Region, and Matteo Lepore, the Mayor of Bologna. The Director General of Emil Banca, Daniele Ravaglia, will also be speaking. After introducing a series of important partnerships, two of NexumStp’s partners, Mauro Zanin and Paolo Stern, will illustrate the state of play on the Nexum project currently being rolled out across Italy, as well as the company’s sustainability report.
In addition to NexumStp’s partners Fabrizio Ciciani and Gianluca Petricca (the founders of the firm along with Stern and Zanin), members of the other Group companies will also be attending the three-day event, which will bring together more than 50 professionals from all over Italy. The programme also includes a speech by Carlo Regoliosi, Professor of Business Economics at Roma Tre University, who collaborates with NexumStp as training and knowledge dissemination is a key area for this industry, and the partnerships with leading national figures, universities and institutions all contribute to the consultants’ technical preparation.