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  • Invest in Emilia-Romagna
    event was partnered by Sviluppo Italia Italy s national agency for investment development The Forum was attended by over 200 institutional and private sector delegates based in all four corners of the world from Borneo Canada and Chile to Singapore Greenland to Turkey The speakers included Italy s Minister of International Trade Emma Bonino Vice Chairman of Confindustria and Chairman of Telecom Italy Pasquale Pistorio and Giuseppina Gualtieri General Manager of Promobologna and Ervet the territorial marketing agency of Emilia Romagna A wide range of issues were discussed during the two day forum including creativity as a driving force in the development of urban centres medium sized cities as protagonists in the attraction ofinvestment and the rapid progress of emerging economic giants such as Brazil and Russia Giuseppina Gualtieri underlined that manufacturers participating in the conference some of which have already invested in our country such as Singular ID of Singapore Indian firm Videocon and Turkish multinational Sisecam have underlined the interest which Italy and Bologna are attracting The participants have seen for themselves that Italy offers an excellent geographical position attractive market conditions a high quality workforce and a genuine welcome to investors Finally the event has helped place

    Original URL path: http://www.investinemiliaromagna.eu/en/news/2007-1/WFDI%20Bologna%20attracts%20stakeholders%20from%20around%20the%20world.asp (2015-11-08)
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  • Invest in Emilia-Romagna
    adopts the same European standard technology known as TETRA which will be used to build the new interforce network linking the Carabinieri Finance Police and State Police Deputy Interior Minister Marco Minniti underlined that Emilia Romagna is a state of the art territory which is spearheading the country s development Mr Minniti and the Region have signed an agreement to extend the system with a view to integrating Emilia Romagna s telecommunication infrastructures into Italy s national infrastructures As part of its new Telematic Plan the Region is also set to complete work on the Lepida regional fibre optic network within the next three years The aim is to progressively link all local public bodies to the network achieving 100 regional coverage by the time of its completion To date the network extends to 85 of the territory and within three years will cover all of the Region s 341 Municipalities 9 Provinces and 18 Mountain Communities as well as companies universities hospitals and schools During the final phase of the plan all public administration premises including decentralised offices will be provided with public broadband internet access contributing to the creation of a Metropolitan Area Network This will involve connecting

    Original URL path: http://www.investinemiliaromagna.eu/en/news/2007-1/Emilia-Romagna%20the%20largest%20digital%20infrastructure%20in%20Europe.asp (2015-11-08)
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  • Invest in Emilia-Romagna
    more dynamic and the regional territory more attractive for investors The Pact underlines that favourable conditions should be created to attract talents and capitals for greenfield and brownfield investments The participation process promoted by the Emilia Romagna Regional Government to design the new Triennial Business and Economic Development Programme 2012 2014 included a seminar on Territorial Capital and Attractiveness Policy that took place on 2nd December 2011 Among the numerous illustrious speakers who took part in the event Laurent Sansoucy from OCO Global gave a lecture on Strategies for attractiveness and territorial marketing policy showing that Regional Governments can play a relevant role in the strategic positioning of their territories to attract international investors by acting as contact points between national institutions and local businesses Supporting actions to the growth of existing businesses also have high strategic relevance Among the lecturers were also Massimo Guagnini from Prometeia Ruben Sacerdoti from the Emilia Romagna Internationalization Helpdesk SPRINT and Enrico Cocchi from the Emilia Romagna DG Programming and European and International Relations A round table debate also took place involving regional and national business representatives as well as representatives from international businesses settled in Italy Among them were Nicodemo Megna from the

    Original URL path: http://www.investinemiliaromagna.eu/en/news/2007-1/Airports%20record%20increases%20in%20passengers%20in%202006.asp (2015-11-08)
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  • Invest in Emilia-Romagna
    and they improve the yield of risk capital and invested capital So companies have a sound financial structure and faced with the new competition rules have maintained the ability to compete on overseas markets where they make on average a third of their turnover as shown by the increase in exports of 4 6 in 2006 and the positive import export balance of 4 billion Euros Bologna is well known on overseas markets for products with a high tech content making up 63 of exports Competitiveness is also attributable to an even distribution of added value between the various production factors for example businesses value work as a major competitive factor and they reward it with higher pay than the national average Bologna is also the province where there is most investment in Emilia Romagna and accounts for 23 of the sum of regional investments Research is always at the forefront for companies with over ten registered patents for every thousand companies in operation Bologna is the province with the highest inclination for patenting in Italy a figure five times higher than that of Italy as a whole and more than double the regional figure In the last ten years

    Original URL path: http://www.investinemiliaromagna.eu/en/news/2007-1/Bologna,%20a%20sound%20competitive%20production%20system.asp (2015-11-08)
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  • Invest in Emilia-Romagna
    exhibitors will attend R2B among which are the most highly skilled research centres in Italy and abroad 153 Italian universities and polytechnics 21 international universities 10 business incubators and technological parks 14 and a hundred or so companies with a strong leaning towards research among which are over 40 new companies set up by researchers The show will be held in an area that has been doubled extending over 12 000 square metres divided into six subject areas Ama mechanical hi tech Bio Biotechnologies in the medical field agricultural industry industrial processes Ena Forms of energy and environment NewMa New materials and nanotechnologies Ict Information and communication technologies There will also be an area devoted to companies offering technical financing services for innovation and an area where you will find new companies and parks for innovation in which the Prriitt Club Program for industrial research innovation and technological transfer of the Emilia Romagna region will be located Here the most significant results of over 100 already completed projects out of the 500 supported by the program will be on show All the major Italian research organizations will be at R2B Among them will be CNR ENEA and INFM IPO the Industrial Promotion Institute a government agency supported by the Ministry EPO European Patents Office numerous international research centers such as the renowned German Fraunhofer Hans Jorg Bullinger centers the famous United States research center in the field of medicine and biotechnology NIH and the important French research center Minateci Also present will be the industrial laboratories and centers for innovation of the hi tech network of Emilia Romagna and the bodies for research and technological transfer of the main Italian universities During the exhibition conferences and workshops will be held in each one of the subject areas in order to

    Original URL path: http://www.investinemiliaromagna.eu/en/news/2007-2/Emilia-Romagna%20attracts%20students%20from%20Italy%20and%20around%20the%20world.asp (2015-11-08)
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  • Invest in Emilia-Romagna
    created to attract talents and capitals for greenfield and brownfield investments The participation process promoted by the Emilia Romagna Regional Government to design the new Triennial Business and Economic Development Programme 2012 2014 included a seminar on Territorial Capital and Attractiveness Policy that took place on 2nd December 2011 Among the numerous illustrious speakers who took part in the event Laurent Sansoucy from OCO Global gave a lecture on Strategies for attractiveness and territorial marketing policy showing that Regional Governments can play a relevant role in the strategic positioning of their territories to attract international investors by acting as contact points between national institutions and local businesses Supporting actions to the growth of existing businesses also have high strategic relevance Among the lecturers were also Massimo Guagnini from Prometeia Ruben Sacerdoti from the Emilia Romagna Internationalization Helpdesk SPRINT and Enrico Cocchi from the Emilia Romagna DG Programming and European and International Relations A round table debate also took place involving regional and national business representatives as well as representatives from international businesses settled in Italy Among them were Nicodemo Megna from the Piacenza Siemens Machine Tools Technology Application Centre and Giulio Cicognani vice president of Kale Italia Source Legge Regionale

    Original URL path: http://www.investinemiliaromagna.eu/en/news/2007-2/The%20international%20industrial%20research%20fair%20R2B,%20in%20Bologn.asp (2015-11-08)
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  • Invest in Emilia-Romagna
    fashion sector in Emilia Romagna identifies three main sub groups textiles and clothing fabric knitwear and clothing manufacture footwear footwear in leather and other materials fashion accessories accessories in leather and other materials In 2001 latest census there were 14 209 local units with a total of 75 476 employees In terms of local units and employees the largest concentration is in Modena where the town of Carpi is situated Carpi has the highest number of employees in the region 9 200 2001 Census followed by Bologna Reggio Emilia and Forlì Cesena In the fourth quarter of 2006 turnover in the sector rose by 3 9 compared with the same quarter in 2005 and exports went up by 3 8 source Unioncamere Emilia Romagna Study Centre According to Ervet data from 2000 to 2005 regional fashion exports rose by 15 8 while exports nationally went down 4 per cent in the five year period Thus Emilia Romagna has gone from fourth to third region in position of importance in national exports 9 2 of Italian exports 2003 figure while in 1991 the figure was steady at 7 per cent This good performance shows how the region has remained competitive despite the crisis in the sector due mainly to the increase in international competition with new competitors especially those from Asia In particular after years of crisis due to competition in 2006 the district of Carpi recorded an increase in turnover of8 8 compared with 2005 The subsector of textiles and clothing is the core business of the whole industry it comprises 65 of all local units and is concentrated in particular in the district of Carpi with companies such as Blufin that combines the brands of Blumarine Anna Molinari and Bluegirl Blumarine as well as Liu Jo and Avirex There

    Original URL path: http://www.investinemiliaromagna.eu/en/news/2007-2/Fashion%20in%20Emilia-Romagna%20is%20synonymous%20with%20quality.asp (2015-11-08)
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  • Invest in Emilia-Romagna
    recovery in the regional economy production in small and medium scale manufacturing enterprises is up 2 3 a recovery that affects all areas of production Good results in the engineering industry with a 4 9 increase in turnover in the metal manufacturing and processing area Also in good health are the mechanical appliances mechatronics rubber plastic and paper sectors There are signs of recovery in the fashion industry too with a 1 2 increase in turnover Special reference should be made to the Carpi Modena textiles zone one of the biggest regional production centres in this sector which has emerged from the profound crisis caused by competition from Asia and has logged an increase in turnover in 2006 that is 12 up on 2000 and 8 8 up on 2005 source Osservatorio del settore tessile abbigliamento del Comune di Carpi The 2006 figures explains Andrea Zanlari Chairman of the Emilia Romagna Unioncamere demonstrate that by concentrating on quality and innovation in processes and organisation and by directing their efforts towards certain niche markets these enterprises both large and small have been able to remain amply competitive The main driving force behind this positive trend has been exports the growth in

    Original URL path: http://www.investinemiliaromagna.eu/en/news/2007-2/Marked%20economic%20recovery%20trend%20in%202006.asp (2015-11-08)
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