27 May 2020
Banca Generali participates in the event of Milano Digital Week 2020
During the third edition of the Milano Digital Week 2020, the "Innovation Tram" opens its doors to bring digital wealth management experts on board.
On Thursday, May 28 starting at 15:30 will be held "Women & Tech", the digital talk organized by Milano Digital Week in collaboration with Banca Generali, Homepal and Foorban to understand how to help the real economy in the recovery.
The event will be lived streamed and available here.
During the digital talk, moderated by Debora Rosciani, journalist of Radio 24 - Il Sole 24 ore, will speak:
- Andrea Barbieri, Business Developer at Banca Generali;
- Giulia di Capua, Advisor at Banca Generali;
- Palma Cusenza, Advisor at Banca Generali
- Ida Cacciapaglia, Social Media Manager at Homepal;
- Marco Mottolese, Co-founder and CEO of Foorban.
Maria Ameli, Head of Non-Financial services at Banca Generali
"The Covid-19 pandemic has quickly moved from a health emergency to an economic crisis, putting many of our businesses in crisis. We are convinced that it is essential to create a bridge between private savings and real economy so as to allow the country system to restart quickly through support for the most virtuous SMEs and startups, to overcome the challenge also in the international context".
Women & Tech-Women and Technologies Association was born in 2009 from an idea of Gianna Martinengo, shared by a network of companies and people who make their skills available to achieve their mission. Enhancing women's talent in technology, innovation and scientific research, promoting projects and actions aimed at combating stereotypes and gender discrimination, contributing to the orientation of young people to the jobs of the future and towards sustainable business models are the objectives of the Association .
Banca Generali is accelerating solutions for channelling private investment in support of the real economy and companies affected by the Covid-19
On Tuesday 16 June 2020 was held the Investor Deal Table which allowed 6 young Italian startups to present their projects to over 150 qualified investors.
Banca Generali strengthens its managerial team with Stefano Lenti. He will have the task to coordinating the over 2,000 private bankers and wealth advisors