If you want to travel fast, go alone;
if you want to travel very far, go with others.
2011 Nobel Peace Laureate
eni and Deutsche Bank presented on Tuesday, September 17 at Teatro Piccolo Strehler in Milan, the first edition of Women in Business and Society, the conference dedicated to Europe of the future from a female perspective. Title of the 2013 edition was “Crossing Borders”: outstanding female speakers, bring their perspective to discuss cultural, economic and social themes.
The conference attracted over 600 guests, 70 members of media, and speakers from the institutional, financial, industrial, ethical and scientific industries, including Leymah Gbowee, 2011 Nobel Peace Laureate and H.E. Esperança Bias, Minister of Mineral Resources, Mozambique.
From the search for a sustainable growth, to the desire for new values to share. To cross the borders, together.
This meeting is part of Women in Business, a series of international conferences carried out by Deutsche Bank to foster the debate and focus on current topics, also from the viewpoint of eminent/influential women. The first conference took place in 1995 in New York; since then Women in Business has expanded in Frankfurt, London, Singapore, Sydney and finally Milan, becoming an awaited annual event that has attracted more than 5.000 guests so far.
Deutsche Bank is a leading international group which introduces in Italy its expertise and knowledge through innovative financial and management solutions intended for companies and individuals. Since the opening of the first branch in Milan in 1977, the Group has grown constantly, thanks also to the acquisitions of Banca d'America e d'Italia (1986), Banca Popolare di Lecco (1994) and of the financial promotion network Finanza & Futuro Banca (1995).
eni is one of the largest integrated energy company in the world operating in oil and gas, electricity generation and sale, petrochemicals, oilfi eld services construction and engineering industries. In these businesses it has a strong edge and leading international market position.
eni is active in 90 countries with 78.000 employees.