The development of partnerships, the sharing of best practices and the pooling of resources and strategies are the soul of CEOforLIFE clusters
ELIS is a non-profit educational organization that focuses on people and work and offers training courses in the following sectors: industry and crafts, hotel and food and wine, new technologies. For over 20 years it has also been promoting international cooperation and environmental protection projects in developing countries.
Founded in 2016, The Italian Alliance for Sustainable Development (ASviS) promote a culture of sustainability among institutions, businesses, civil society, enhancing the opportunities for Italy related to the Agenda for Sustainable Development. The Alliance contributes to the definition of an Italian SDGs strategy and to track the progress of Italy in this field. The organization currently brings together more than 270 of the most important institutions and networks of civil society.
From 2011, The Italian Association of CEOs (AICEO) boosts the sharing of best practices and experiences through the CEO members projects on the most strategical fields for the Italian development: work and training; digitalization and innovation; inclusion; sustainability; health; tourism.
The Young Entrepreneurs Movement has about 13,000 members.
Young, because they are between the ages of 18 and 40.
Entrepreneurs, because in order to join, it is necessary to have management responsibilities in companies registered with the territorial associations belonging to Confindustria.
The free market, equality of opportunity, innovation, transparency, are the founding values.
The creation of new opportunities for new generations, the support to the competitiveness of Italian companies, the development of the social welfare of the country through a far-sighted industrial policy are the objectives.
Amrop is one of the large executive search and leadership advisory firms in the world with a presence almost in any country.
The organization works on helping individuals to manifest change in their corporate context in order to unleash their potential.
WIN – Women’s International Networking – is a leadership organization, based in Lausanne. Founded in 1997 in Milan by Norwegian social entrepreneur and pioneer Kristin Engvig, WIN has pioneered a revolutionary new way of doing business by adopting a holistic approach.
Innovation and attention to the environment are a viable combination. IBM believes in it, and its growing sensitivity to green issues proves it. This perspective has strongly characterized its proposal, in line with a corporate vision that has seen IBM present since 1971, the date of the publication of the first “corporate policy on environmental protection”, up to the recent commitment to create a smarter planet for a better overall quality of life on the planet.
The initiative was created to offer political and cultural education to talented young people focusing on competence and meritocracy. The Political School aims to increase not only their political skills, but also the managerial, professional, civic and social ones.
eFM helps organizations bring Human Resources, Real Estate and Technology resources together to create Engaging Places designed to attract and retain top talent and improve workplace wellness, utilization and productivity. We now live at the intersection of the physical and digital worlds where we must cooperate, learn and grow. To prosper in this new reality, we need to find new ways to design, manage and live within the places where we work, learn, heal and even shop. eFM has developed a holistic design approach able to support the development of engaging places which integrate space, technology and people in harmony.