On June 17th 2020 the series of webinars #illavorocontinua (work endures) (organised by Cifa Italia and Fonarcom) has featured a program on the topic “Innovative tools to manage and develop Small and Medium sized Enterprises”. The webinar has been moderated by Riccardo Paterni and has featured Andrea Cafà (President of CifaItalia and Fonarcom), Pierpaolo Vannucci, (CPA and expert on Innovative SMEs and start-up) presenting “Startup and Innovative SMEs: work for capital, Patent box and other tools” and Leonardo Frigiolini (Economist and expert in crowdfunding and financial sources) presenting “Complementary financial sources for SMEs to the banking ones”.
The webinar has generated a marked interest: several hundred people participating and interacting both to the live session (for the first time also in live streaming on Linkedin besides the customary live streaming on Facebook and YouTube) and afterwards watching the recorded one hour program also available on YouTube at this link.
President Cafà has pointed out how the information and tools presented during the webinar, to sustain financially the ideas and practices featured in previous events of the series (all available on #illavorocontinua along with the relevant documentation), show the marked commitment of #illavorocontinua to concretely support the survival and growth of small and mid sized organisations within the context of change brought by the pandemia.
On June 3rd 2020, Riccardo Paterni has moderated and presented topics in a webinar part of the series www.illavorocontinua.it (‘work endures’ the webinar has had over 1600 people watching live) together with Rodi Basso (Expert in Strategy and Business Development utilising his experience in relevant technical and managerial roles in Formula 1 and other motorsport series), Professor Paolo Aversa (Strategy Professor and Director of the Full Time MBA at Cass Business School – University of London) and Andrea Cafà, President of Cifa Italia and Fonarcom (organisations contributing to create, produce and promote the series of webinars).
Riccardo has pointed out the the key elements that form the organizational identity any organization need to have quite clear as key stable reference point in order to face current and future turbulent changes: vision, mission and values.
Rodi Basso has pointed out how different business scenarios can be identified and related to effectively by utilising approaches relevant to the dynamic motorsport field.
Professor Paolo Aversa has illustrated how strategies can be formulated by relating in effective ways to opportunities that can be generated or utilised readily.
Andrea Cafà has summed it all up by stating how these views and tools of action, together with the ones featured in other webinars pointing out relevant legislative and macro economics changes, can offer substantial opportunities for any kind of company to set a path not only of survival but also of growth in Italy.
Documentation relevant to the topics debated (in Italian) can be downloaded at the webinar archives section of www.illavorocontinua.it . The webinar (in Italian) has been recorded and can be watched in its entirety at this link.