The president of Federmanager and Cida, Stefano Cuzzilla, took part in the opening panel of the fourth edition of the ‘States General of Export’, an important event organized in Ravenna by the Italian Export Forum (Ief), chaired by Lorenzo Zurino. “The participation in the event by the Federation is part of a solid path of collaboration, already started through the agreement signed between Federmanager and Ief last May. The States General are developed in two days (23 and 24 September ) designed to foster dialogue between institutions, managers and companies on the most relevant export issues and on the opportunities for success for Made in Italy in the various international contexts “, reads a note. “To guarantee the country today full operational continuity in terms of company productivity and institutional action aimed at the best use of the resources made available by the EU, – underlined Cuzzilla in his opening greetings – a new pact is needed between institutions and production system “. “And precisely within the precious Italian production landscape, a growing synergy between companies and managers is needed to help Italy look beyond the four crises – war, energy, pandemic and climate – that we are called to face today”, he added. . “Exports are worth more than 30% of the national GDP, it is a strategic asset, such as innovation and sustainability, on which to focus without reserve. Companies – continued the president of Federmanager and Cida – today risk weakening heavily, due to of the complex economic phase we are going through. To win the competition with global players, Italian companies need to make use of export managers with the necessary skills to establish themselves on the changing international scenario. It is therefore essential to train these managerial figures and training is one of the main issues on which the joint commitment carried out by Federmanager and the Italian Export Forum develops “. “Made in Italy in the world can grow even more, but the Italian entrepreneurial fabric, mainly made up of SMEs, must be enabled to reach ambitious goals. Federmanager – concluded Cuzzilla – promotes the certification of the skills of export managers and managers for internationalization that Italian companies need to emerge and keep pace with the global challenge. For this reason we ask those who will be responsible for leading the country’s government to provide, in a structural way, – for example in the form of vouchers or tax credits – support for businesses to equip themselves with suitable and certified managerial figures. Italy starts off again with skills “, he concluded.
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