Conference: a time for opportunity and growth within change inspired by motorsport values …
25 May 2022


During Autopromotec 2022 international trade show, RMP has co-organized the conference: “The challenges of there short supply chain within the ‘green’ framework in the high-performance cars and motorsport industries”. Moderator RAI TV journalist Maria Leitner, event manager Riccardo Paterni (VP Business Development RPM), among the panelists RPM representatives: Giuseppe Corcione (CEO Reinova) and Francesco Seed (RPM President).

The conference has been introduced Vincenzo Colla head of Sustainable Economic Development Emilia Romagna Region and has featured 5 panelists pointing out the relevant changes within supply chain dynamics that are happening due to several factors. It is a time of change in which motorsport can take back its traditional drive as innovation powerhouse for relevant to several fields beginning with high performance cars.

In all of this the Italian motor valley and Italy in general can play a relevant role if the traditional small to midsize companies that are active in the fields strengthen and further empower their potentials for cooperation and synergy, this is exactly what RPM has been promoting and doing since its foundation in 2019. As our President stated we are determined to continue to fuel and expand such dynamics and welcome more companies to join us. Stay tuned for developments …

(at this link an in depth article in Italian published by Emilia Romagna Economy)

(a video streaming of the event available at this link)




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