"An important recognition for having made efforts during the pandemic by opening offices in America," comments Marco Durante. "I think it is a hard-earned prize, we hope to have others because it means that we have invested again".

Delivered today to the Chamber – in the Colletti room – the international prize of Learn Italy, Italian Communication, Promotion and Business Agency in the world. Among the winners were Marco Durante, President of LaPresse press agency, as well as Andrea Delogu (Mediaset), Alessandro Masi (Secretary General “Dante Alighieri”), Stefano Di Pinto (Director of the FAS Pension Fund), Hella Zanetti Colleoni (President “Confimi “Piedmont), Tony Capuozzo (Journalist and Writer) and Maurizio Stirpe (Entrepreneur and Sports Manager).

“An important recognition for having made efforts during the pandemic by opening offices in America,” comments Marco Durante. “I think it is a hard-earned prize, we hope to have others because it means that we have invested again”.

Learn Italy for this new edition expands further in boundaries and chooses figures whose merits, skills and relevance are recognized in bringing Italian Excellence to the world thanks to their role and profile.

“It is an important award even if I am a representative of a system, of a group of innovators, visionaries, who 12 years ago had the idea of ​​creating an all news network. Not a career award but to a system of people,” explains Andrea Delogu. A parterre of excellence that was awarded not only by the President of Learn Italy Massimo Veccia, but also by the Hon. Fitzegerald Nissoli, Paolo Liguori, Dario Silvestri and Monica Coggi.

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