Exclusive Talks is a project conceived by Exclusive Brands Torino and supported by UniCredit with the aim to illustrate, through a format that includes 10 double interviews, the values at the core of the Network through the storytelling of Piedmonts businesses that, pull together by the common position of excellence, decline different business ideas, methods and visions.

Exclusive Brands Torino, the first Italian multi-sectorial network of high-end companies of Made in Italy, counts today 19 brands in different sectors: from textile to technology, from hospitality to jewellery, from food to beauty. Created in 2011 in Turin and promoted by the Unione Industriale Torino, the network generates synergies to promote and value its partners on the Italian market and abroad, selecting and creating new commercial opportunities, strengthen the international success in specific geographical areas, sharing information and cross experiences.

The format of Exclusive Talks includes 10 episodes, each of them dedicated to a specific key topic, for example: excellence, innovation, creativity, resilience, integrity and so on, to underline the uniqueness of the Made in Italy entrepreneurial activity e more precisely the Made in Piedmont seeing from the point of view of Exclusive Brands Torino businessmen and businesswomen.
The planned schedule foresees the starting episode on January26th 2020, and it will propose a rich panel of interesting discussions: the first, hosted in the beautiful Hotel NH Carlina, will be carried by the creator of this Network, Licia Mattioli, founder and managing director of Mattioli Spa, a company dedicated to high-end jewellery renowned all over the world, and the Vice President Paola Bertoldo of l’Opificio, symbol of the Italian textile world for interiors with a Turin heart.

During the second episode, run in the same location, we will talk about entrepreneurial tradition, with Giulio Trombetta, head of Costadoro, a reference for the diffusion of the Italian espresso coffee culture, and innovation and craftsmanship with Dario Casalino of Oscalito, historical Turin brand for knitwear and lingerie.

The third episode will present Luca Boffa , CEO of Building , a Turin architect and design studio and Stefano Quercetti, head of Quercetti SPA, a company producing creative toys since 1950, and will take place in the Turin location “Il Salotto Buono”

The fourth episode will be filmed at the location “La Residenza Giovanna d’Arco” and will present the President of Exclusive Brands Torino Paolo Pininfarina, renowned name all over the world of the Italian design, and Roberto Pissimiglia, CEO of Estetica, a leader editor in the field of beauty and coiffeur. The fifth and sixth episodes, will take place inside of MagazziniOz, and will present Paolo Bellezza, CEO of Nimbus, active in the aeronautical and in the drones sectors, with Enrica Baricco, founder and president of CasaOz, a place were kid patients and their family are welcomed and Diletta Tonatto, CEO of Tonatto Profumi, high-end Turin perfume creator with Giuditta Gallo, Relais San Maurizio Manager, a luxurious resort in the Langhe area.

The talks will discuss different topics, from the winning relation between tradition and innovation, up to the real sense of quality and sustainability, showing through this a slice of the high-end businesses present today in Italy and clarifying how important it is for Brands of excellence to network in order to promote on worldwide markets the made in Italy values and the importance of the sustainable choices.
With the direction of Gessica Caruso, the technical set up of LightFish Studio, the interview moderated by Eleni Molos, the executive production of Estetica, the operational coordination and the creation of the format by Glebb& Metzger, communication and social strategy by Zero11, Exclusive talks will be offer a glimpse in today industrial reality and the in the promotion of the “Italian know-how, as a distinctive trademark of uniqueness, exclusivity and excellence.



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