The second appreciates the entrepreneurs of Confindustria and Coldiretti

MONTEMARCIANO – “Environment and economy, but with different facets”. This is the theme for The Women’s Culture Award 2022 promoted byANDE National Association of Electric Women of the Marche which this year lifts the female entrepreneurs off Confindustria and Coldiretti. Within the framework of Alfieri Theater in Montemarcianocivil and military authorities, personalities from the industrial world and national and march entrepreneurship welcomed with enthusiasm and participation the new edition of the prize awarded to three women who with their activities have been able to combine the two souls of the environment as a driving force for a new sustainable economy, but also as a legacy to be strengthened and protected.

Very excited President Ande Marche Professor Graziella Vitali, recently named National Coordinator of the Association, a major responsibility that will lead her to get a direct line with the Quirinale. “In fact, I was elected by a large majority, and from today I am part of the national board – explains Professor Vitali – a big responsibility for me, I want to do my best, and I actually communicate that the first meeting of the national board will take place in the Marche region, this region will be the pinnacle of balance ‘.

A moment of the ceremony

In the presence of Prefect of Ancona Darco Pellosof Mayor of Montemarciano Damiano Bartozziof Regional Councilor Carlo Ciccioliof Director of the Bank of Italy Gabriele Magrini Alunno and the godmother of the prize, Paola Pierangeli Tittarelli, the prizes were awarded to President of the Coldiretti Marche Maria Letizia Gardoniatsole director of Togni Spa Paola Togni and to Chairman of the Bufarini srl Group, Giuliana Bufarini.

Maria Letizia Gardoni was awardedin observance of the ceremony of the Andes, from head of national Coldiretti – Women’s company Chiara Bortolas, by the person responsible for Coldiretti regional-enterprise woman Francesca Gironi and from coordinator of the Coldiretti Marche women’s company Mikela Fabiano.

“This is an acknowledgment,” he said Maria Letizia Gardoni – which is valid for all women entrepreneurs in the agro-food sector who invest in made in Italy with high quality, value and recognizable products in the world ». To accompany the award ceremony, the two entrepreneurs from Confindustria Paola Togni and Giuliana Bufarini were the president of Confindustria Ancona Pierluigi Bocchinithat Director of Confindustria Marche Paola Bicchisecchi (former Andean Culture Woman Award), the lawyer Gabriella Pierantoni Rossignoli and the president of the small and medium-sized company Confindustria Diego Mingarelli.

“I am honored by this award,” she said Paola Togni I was born and raised with my mother as an example, the link of the family, who has always taught us to work, men and women, side by side. This is his, our model of success’. “I’m happy with this award – he adds Giuliana Bufarini – which gives me the courage to always be at the forefront and deserve the name they have given me lately, “the environmental top gun” ».

From left: Maria Letizia Gardoni, Paola Togni, President Ande Graziella Vitali and Giuliana Bufarini

And if Anden appreciates the determination despite Maria Letizia Gardoni’s young age, it acknowledges, on the other hand, the entrepreneurs Togni and Bufarini’s merit for leading their businesses into the future by successfully facing what many see as a problem: generational change. The prefect of Ancona Darco Pellos emphasized the fundamental role of women in society and stressed that electric women are a sign of hope for the rapprochement of women in politics. The evening – arranged by Ande Marche with sponsored by the municipality of Montemarciano and the collaboration with the Lanari Foundation – ended with a gala dinner in the Montemarciano Theater’s ballroom, where the buffet offered by Coldiretti was accompanied by the pleasant tones of the school’s young pianists Anna Ferretti, Vanessa Giulioni and Beatrice Fraboni “Crescendo” by teacher Marta Tacconi.

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