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Luca Crosetto confirmed president of the Cuneo artisans

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Luca Crosetto, 50, Marene’s entrepreneur in the agricultural mechanization sector, has been reconfirmed as president of Confartigianato Imprese for the next four years. The appointment arrived today (Sunday 5 December), by acclamation, in Caramagna Piemonte, on the occasion of the 40th Congress of the association, which brought together the 294 delegates of the area representing the more than 9000 member companies.

Crosetto will be joined by Daniela Balestra from Alba, former vice president, who will take on the role of deputy vice president, and by Michele Quaglia from Saluzzo, second vice president. «I am very satisfied – commented Crosetto -. Today we were able to give an important signal of having built a shared path, presenting ourselves with a single list, the result of a dialogue between the parties that began in March, which was able to identify the path for the next few years “.

The congress day at the “Lago dei Salici” experienced other important moments, such as the acknowledgments to the memory of Elio Sartori, who died in 2017, a long-time manager of Confartigianato Cuneo and Nicola Gaiero, president of the province’s chartered accountants and auditor of Confartigianato Cuneo, who died in 2020 from Covid.

The second part of the congress was characterized by a round table on the theme “Generating artisan value” moderated by Marco Berry, with speeches by Filippo Barbera of the University of Turin, Giovanni Quaglia president of the Crt Foundation, Ezio Raviola vice president of the Crc Foundation and Marco Granelli national president of Confartigianato Imprese.

«The congress – concludes Crosetto – highlighted the value and role of the association. There was talk of community and territory, challenges of the future, but also of circular economy and green economy. It was evident how much Confartigianato played a crucial role, also socially, in the Covid period or following natural disasters. We should be better and better at anticipating the future, understanding where the economy and territory are going “.

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