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Elisabetta Franchi receives the 'Entrepreneur of the Year' award

2021-11-25T10:54:03.054Z

Elisabetta Franchi, sole director of Betty Blue, is the second woman to win the Ey Entrepreneur of the Year award, the recognition reserved for Italian entrepreneurs at the helm of companies with a turnover of at least 25 million euros, who have been able to create value , with an innovative spirit and strategic vision, contributing to the growth of the economy. The jury of the 24th edition, whic



Elisabetta Franchi, sole director of Betty Blue, is the second woman to win the Ey Entrepreneur of the Year award, the recognition reserved for Italian entrepreneurs at the helm of companies with a turnover of at least 25 million euros, who have been able to create value , with an innovative spirit and strategic vision, contributing to the growth of the economy.

The jury of the 24th edition, which returns after a year of stoppage imposed by the pandemic, chose the Bolognese designer "for having created a brand dedicated to the quality, craftsmanship and tailoring of Made in Italy fashion and for bringing it to international fame, facing the path of growth with courage, tenacity and a constant commitment to innovation in an ethical and sustainable key ".

"In a moment of great transformation like the one we are experiencing, we are proud to reward and support Italian entrepreneurs who, with courage, resilience and innovation, have managed to anticipate great changes, influence the speed of transformation processes by placing new values ​​", said the CEO of Ey in Italy, Massimo Antonelli, during the award ceremony at Palazzo Mezzanotte." I am honored by this important recognition that rewards the path of growth, commitment and courage that our brand has faced ", commented Elisabetta Franchi, who in 1998 founded the namesake brand of pret-a'-porter for women entirely Made in Italy. For the entrepreneur, "this milestone confirms how the quality, craftsmanship and tailoring of Made fashion in Italy,combined with an international vision in an ethical and sustainable perspective, they represent key values ​​of our brand ".

"For over 20 years, thanks to the Ey Award The Entrepreneur of the Year, we are proud to tell the stories that testify to the excellence of Italian entrepreneurship in our territories and to reward entrepreneurs who have been able to guide its growth and development", highlighted the head of the award and partner Ey, Massimiliano Vercellotti.

Among the awards, there is the Sustainability award, dedicated to sustainability, which this year goes to Roberto Panfili, co-founder and coo of Portobello, "for the intuition of an innovative and circular business model, which integrates the media advertising and retail, which allowed the company to establish itself, after only 18 months from its foundation in 2016, as the youngest listed on the Italian Stock Exchange ". The Startup award goes to Giovanni Fiengo, ceo of Kineton, who "in just four years has managed to emerge and compete with established international companies in software development and engineering." Giorgio Marsiaj, president and CEO of Sabelt, "for the resilience that he has been able to put at the service of the community in guiding the Industrial Union of Turin, promoting the development of sustainable supply chains,digital and innovative ". Then there is Paolo Barletta, CEO of Arsenale, who receives the 'Innovative project for the promotion of Made in Italy', while the Special Ey Startup award goes to Fabio Porcellini, CEO of Natlive. Among other awards, the Family Business award goes to Nicola Drago, CEO of De Agostini Publishing, the Food & Beverage award to Salvatore Casillo, owner of Pastificio Liguori; the Manufacturing & Automotive award to Massimo Galassini, founder and CEO of Usco; the Health & Pharma award to Francesco Pizzocaro, president and founder of P&R Group; the Consumer & Retail award to Lorenzo Delladio, ceo and president of La Sportiva.the Ey Startup Special Award goes to Fabio Porcellini, CEO of Natlive. Among other awards, the Family Business award goes to Nicola Drago, CEO of De Agostini Publishing, the Food & Beverage award to Salvatore Casillo, owner of Pastificio Liguori; the Manufacturing & Automotive award to Massimo Galassini, founder and CEO of Usco; the Health & Pharma award to Francesco Pizzocaro, president and founder of P&R Group; the Consumer & Retail award to Lorenzo Delladio, ceo and president of La Sportiva.the Ey Startup Special Award goes to Fabio Porcellini, CEO of Natlive. Among other awards, the Family Business award goes to Nicola Drago, CEO of De Agostini Publishing, the Food & Beverage award to Salvatore Casillo, owner of Pastificio Liguori; the Manufacturing & Automotive award to Massimo Galassini, founder and CEO of Usco; the Health & Pharma award to Francesco Pizzocaro, president and founder of P&R Group; the Consumer & Retail award to Lorenzo Delladio, ceo and president of La Sportiva.Pharma to Francesco Pizzocaro, president and founder of P&R Group; the Consumer & Retail award to Lorenzo Delladio, ceo and president of La Sportiva.Pharma to Francesco Pizzocaro, president and founder of P&R Group; the Consumer & Retail award to Lorenzo Delladio, ceo and president of La Sportiva.

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