(Teleborsa) – “Economy and society: trends after Covid”. This is the theme at the center of the Forum promoted by the Enpaia Foundation, the National Insurance Agency for Employees and Employees in Agriculture, which counts among its members over 9 thousand companies that employ in the agricultural sector, for a total of over 42 thousand policyholders including executives, middle managers and employees.
At the meeting that kicked off this morning at the Posta Vecchia Hotel in Ladispoli with the sponsored by the Chamber of Deputies, various exponents of the Italian economic and political panorama took part to share a reflection on the challenges that social security institutions and operators in the agricultural sector will have to face in the near future and on the policies to support the real economy that they will be able to activate. Three sessions of the debate: “Macro trend after Covid and PNRR”; “Esg: new lifestyles, work, welfare, production and investments”; “Agriculture and ecological transition: criticalities and opportunities”.
“The medium-term macroeconomic scenario outlines a phase of sustained growth characterized by technological innovation and the energy transition – says Roberto Diacetti, general manager of the Enpaia Foundation -. In this context, Italian institutional investors and in particular the pension funds can play a strategic role in supporting the recovery through investments in infrastructures and in the real economy, and we in particular in the agricultural sector ”.
“This year’s Forum – underlines Giorgio Piazza, president of the Enpaia Foundation – represents a great challenge for the Enpaia Foundation in post Covid and in the use of PNRR resources. In this scenario, the agricultural one is a fundamental asset for the restart, as already highlighted in the recent Enpaia-Censis Report “.
“For BMW Italia – he notes Massimiliano Di Silvestre, president and CEO of BMW Italy – it is a great opportunity to participate in the Enpaia 2021 Forum to share our path on sustainable, electric and digital mobility, which goes beyond the construction of sophisticated electric cars “.
“The current one – he comments Giovanni Lo Storto, general director of the LUISS Guido Carli University – it is the moment in which the importance of training must be definitively placed at the center in order to give the country a chance to be able to do it. In this sense, skills must act as a driving force for a serious and lasting restart “.
During the Forum they intervened Domenico De Masi, sociologist, emeritus professor of Sociology of work, La Sapienza University; Marco Fortis, director of the Edison Foundation; Elena Patrizia Goitini, managing director of Bnl-Bnp Paribas; Bruno Rovelli, chief Investment Strategist BlackRock Italia; Stefano Boeri, Professor of Urban Planning at the Politecnico di Milano; Sebastiano Fadda, Professor of Economics and Labor Policy at the Roma Tre University of Rome, president of Inapp; Mauro Magatti, professor of General Sociology at the Catholic University of Milan; Alberto Oliveti, President Adepp; Antonio Pace; CEO of the Italian Investment Fund; Marilisa Allegrini, CEO of the Allegrini Group; Francesco Battistoni, undersecretary of the ministry of agricultural, food and forestry policies; Maurizio Gardini, Confcooperative president; Massimiliano Giansanti, president of Confagricoltura; Mario Piccialuti, general manager Unionfood; Ettore Prandini, president Coldiretti; Onofrio Rota, Secretary General Fai Cisl; Dino Scanavino, President Co.