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Treviso, at Palazzo Giacomelli presented the book on Oscar Marchetto and Somec

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Treviso, at Palazzo Giacomelli presented the book on Oscar Marchetto and Somec

From left Galassi, Bettini, Marchetto and Campinoti

Palazzo Giacomelli in Treviso hosted, on Thursday 16 June, the talk “Never stop dreaming. The importance of dreams for those who do business ”, which takes up the title of Marchetto’s book and broadens the reflection to the experience of a group of prominent entrepreneurs. The copyrights will be donated to the Treviso Advar

TREVISO. Palazzo Giacomelli in Treviso hosted the talk on Thursday 16 June “Never stop dreaming. The importance of the dream for those who do business “, which takes up the title of the book and broadens the reflection to the experience of a group of prominent entrepreneurs. The copyright of Marchetto’s book will be donated to the Advar of Treviso.

Guests next to the president of Somec Oscar Marchetto, protagonist of the book, Alberto Galassi, CEO of Ferretti Group and Paolo Campinoti, CEO of Pramac and Row Executive vice president of Generac Power Systems, moderated by the journalist and deputy executive director of Radio 24 Sebastiano Barisoni.

The conversation provided an overview of the nautical, automotive and building and naval design sectors, underlining their implications on a national level and their impact in Veneto. Oscar Marchetto, protagonist of the book, at the helm of Somec since 2013, group based in San Vendemiano (TV) which he relaunched in record time, bringing it today to be present in the United States, Slovakia, China and Canadaemploying around 800 people for a 2021 turnover of 258.5 million euros.

“Behind a dream there is always a story: any company to have a vision and therefore a long-term project must know how to tell it and transform it into a result»Said Oscar Marchetto,« our territory is undoubtedly the cradle of important companies, however, the passage of generations has been a delicate aspect for some time, I am convinced that it is necessary to be able to give collaborators, partners, managers the opportunity to dream, in the younger generations play a fundamental role in this context and it is up to us to give them new life, through opportunities and training. My next dream? It is linked to Mestieri, the new company part of our group, born as a reality capable of integrating the best of Italian know-how. The goals are ambitious, but continuing to dream and believe in what we do will allow us to achieve them ».

For Alberto Galassi: «Without dreams, a brand like Riva would not exist, of which I am the CEO, so much Made in Italy and in general so much Italian beauty that makes us unique in the world. Reading Oscar Marchetto’s book we understand how much the dream was the comet that showed him the way to follow. Dreams are an essential spring for me, you can’t do without them. However, they must be accompanied by passion, love and heart to be able to work every day on a new masterpiece ».

Paolo Campinoti, on the other hand, underlined: “My dream was born in the family, alongside my father. It was therefore in my DNA to try to grow the company by accompanying it towards new and broader horizons. Being able to bring it into the world was a dream that came true. I have always seen the company as an integral part of my personal and entrepreneurial growth. To give continuity to this dream you need intelligence, esteem, trust and balance, characteristics that I believe are valid for any context “.

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