There is an Italy that produces, creates work, exports and innovates, with a focus on sustainability: it is that of the 120 entrepreneurial excellence involved in the roadshow of ‘Winning companies’, Intesa Sanpaolo’s program for the enhancement of small and medium-sized businesses companies, which ended today in Milan with the participation of Confindustria president Vincenzo Boccia and the number one of Moncler, Remo Ruffini.
“Being awarded a prize in this prestigious panel confirms the tenacious innovation path we have taken ten years ago and that today places us as a leader in our reference market, as well as at the highest levels in terms of skills in the IoT field at an international level”
Arcangelo D’Onofrio CEO e Founder di Temera.
In the Franco Parenti Theater an evening event is held to celebrate the 120 companies presented in the eight stages that between May and June touched the entire Peninsula. Sustainability, internationalization and export, people and skills, generational turnover, are the success factors of these companies, selected among the more than 1,800 self-candidates on the Intesa Sanpaolo website.
Temera stands out in this group of companies, standing out for its ability to bring innovation to the Fashion & Luxury Retail sector through the design and distribution of IoT solutions.
A company born and raised thanks to its territory of origin, the Tuscan one, and which is able to operate in over 60 countries in the world. Overall, the ‘winning companies’ come from 90 industrial districts and express a total turnover of 25 billion and over 100,000 employees. In each stage fifteen SMEs were self-presented, operating in that territory and belonging to one of the three sectors identified by the program.