Through its Turin business unit and equity partner Sicurema, business consulting firm NexumStp has acquired 50% of Studio Lepori, a Turin-based firm that provides consulting services in the field of work environment and safety. NexumStp is progressively expanding its presence in this field thanks to a nationwide growth strategy led by its Nexum Able division and its Milan subsidiary Sicurema.
Thanks to its structure and its staff, made up of qualified engineers and technicians with specific expertise in different sectors, NexumStp is constantly up-to-date on technological advances and the evolution of regulations. This allows it to provide comprehensive support tailored to the needs of companies of all sizes operating in different sectors, from risk assessment to company inspection. The end goal is improved productivity and a drastic reduction in the risk of accidents and injuries at work.
The acquisition of Studio Lepori, a historic firm that has been in business for 35 years, therefore marks a fundamental step in NexumStp’s strategy for expanding its HSE services. The Group now also oversees this activity in Turin, and has added new resources to the 26 specialized professionals who are already present in Bologna, Milan, Olbia and Rome.
Massimo Nardini, managing partner of NexumStp, states, “Today, a successful company cannot disregard safety and environmental issues. Developing sensitivity and skills in this field and knowing how to manage it has become an essential element for companies as well as a strategic challenge for the future.”
Marco Schaffer, managing director Studio Lepori, adds, “The operation carried out with NexumStp follows on from the management of consulting activities that we have historically taken care of in the territory. We are proud to have reached this agreement with a fast-growing group that, thanks to the synergies which are possible in a structured organization, will allow our firm and our young professionals to grow, and enable us to deliver a more complete service offer to our clients.”