Ravenna, February 26, 2015.
The “Excelsa 2015 – Confindustria Ravenna Award” for the “Internationalization” category was assigned to Dosi Costruzioni Meccaniche.
On 26 February at Palazzo Rasponi in Ravenna, Confindustria Ravenna, which celebrates its 70th year of activity this year, awarded five awards called “Excelsa 2015” for the categories Environment and safety, Communication and marketing, Innovation, Internationalization , Work and human resources.
Dosi Costruzioni Meccaniche, which participated together with the two other companies of the group, Baruffaldi Plastic Technology and Primac, was awarded in the “Internationalization” category. The recognition was withdrawn by Dr. Alberto Dosi, owner of the company.
The awarding of the prize was motivated by the fact that Dosi “operates in numerous export markets and carries out a large part of its business abroad, has been able to invest in innovation and the supply of specific solutions in order to adapt its offer to the characteristics of each single market, thus contributing to improving the competitive level of client companies “.
The ceremony, dedicated to the entrepreneurial excellence of the province, was conducted by Ilaria Iacoviello of SkyTG24. In the opening speech, the president of industrialists, Guido Ottolenghi, stressed that “this review has the merit of making us dwell on the foundations that underpin our profession as entrepreneurs: the humility of continuing to learn, listening to the customer, satisfaction of building something of one’s own and transforming an idea into reality, making a well-finished product or rendering an appreciated and useful service “. During the ceremony, the international dynamics and growth capacities of Italy were analyzed by prof. Giacomo Vaciago of the Catholic University of Milan.
To conclude the event, Stefano Gismondi, coordinator of the marketing committee, said: “We believe that greater knowledge and dissemination of excellence can only do us good, reminding us of the ultimate goal of doing business: to generate collective and widespread well-being”.
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