Mitteleurope Sea and the territories resources - the bank role supporting tourism and ospitality sector
The meeting, sponsored by UniCredit Local Committees Trieste-Gorizia and Udine-Pordenone, had the dual purpose of presenting the report edited by Dr. Saverio Merzliak (of Sofi Srl in Trieste) and deepen the constructive confrontation on these issues between representatives of different enterprises associations operating along the supply chain, the business operators, the responsible for the public sector and the local opinion leaders, with the bank ready to ensure their contribution.
The event was an opportunity to reflect on the resource of hospitality - resulting from tourism, business or other reasons - as a patrimony to consider within a broader vision and not only of local realities. If you want to give breath to the development of the territories must be at once realistic and courageous: to recognize the potential effect of its area, but also to imagine paths of development of hospitality that can beat the way of originality as well as alliances.
The conference began with welcome by Cinzia Palazzetti - chairman of UniCredit Local Committee Udine-Pordenone; Federico Pecorini - chairman of UniCredit Local Committee Trieste-Gorizia; Enrico Bertossi - District councillor of Productive Activities, Friuli Venezia Giulia.
Then, it was presented the report by Dr. Saverio Merzliak (of Sofi Srl in Trieste - Studio Consulting and Research) and Edoardo Massaglia - Relations with the Territory and Local Communities UniCredit Group.
The works continued with the round table coordinated by Claudio Pasqualetto - journalist Sole 24 Ore Nord East, attended by: Elda Felluga - chairman Movimento Turismo del Vino Friuli Venezia Giulia; Ejarque Joseph - Director of Agenzia Promozione Turistica Fruli Venezia Giulia; Alberto Marchiori - chairman of Regional Union Ascom Friuli Venezia Giulia; Franco Mattiussi - chairman of Federalberghi Friuli Venezia Giulia; Claudio Rigo - Head of Direzione Regionale Triveneto Orientale UniCredit Banca; Emilio Sgarlata - chairman of Unioncamere Friuli Venezia Giulia.
The closure of the works was entrusted to Gabriele Piccini - General Manager UniCredit Banca.