Banca Mediocredito

Banca Mediocredito of Friuli Venezia Giulia was established in 1957 to foster the development of companies operating in Friuli Venezia Giulia. Since July 2018, the Bank has been part of the Iccrea Cooperative Banking Group, the largest Italian cooperative banking group, the third largest Italian banking group in terms of branches – 2,600 in 1,759 municipalities – and the fourth in terms of assets, with 155,5 billion euros. Friuli Venezia Giulia Region holds a significant minority stake in the Bank’s capital. Since its establishment, the Bank has supported the entire local economic system, facilitating the availability of services and financial resources to public and private entities operating in the area.

Eurospital

Eurospital was established in Trieste in 1948, thanks to the commitment and vision of its founder Giorgio Kropf. Currently Eurospital produces and markets pharmaceutical products, medical-surgical aids, medical and diagnostic devices and dietary products (gluten-free foods and food supplements) within the 3 company business units – diagnostic, pharmaceutical and gluten-free- which constitute a single team of about 150 people, able to share knowledge, experiences, information and strategies. The group operates at the Trieste headquarters and in over fifty countries around the world.

Trieste Airport

Trieste Airport (IATA: TRS) offers air services to domestic and European destinations, operated both by full-service and low-cost airlines. Thanks to its strategic location, this airport is the ideal gateway to the Friuli Venezia Giulia and Veneto regions as well as to Slovenia, Croatia and Austria. Trieste Airport multi-modal hub includes a new railway station, a 16-bay bus station and new car parks for up to 1,500 cars (with a multi-storey car park comprising 500 parking spaces). This hub grants modal interchange among all the different modes of surface transport (bus, car or train) for an overall benefit and improvement of local and regional mobility.

Trieste Trasporti

In addition to serving as the local public transport concessionaire in Trieste since 2001, Trieste Trasporti is now a member of the Tpl Fvg consortium that, from 1 May 2020, handles the service in Friuli Venezia Giulia. The 60% of the company is held by Amt (controlled by the Municipality of Trieste), the 40% is owned by Arriva (Deutsche Bahn Group), the European leader in passenger transport. Technological innovation, quality of services, attention to the environment make Trieste Trasporti one of the most appreciated Italian companies in the transport and mobility sector.

Tomorrow

Tomorrow London is a multi-service business accelerator for fashion brands. The Group helps brands to develop and achieve sustainable growth through a fully-integrated service offering that includes investment, sales and distribution, consultancy and production. Tomorrow is led by CEO Stefano Martinetto and Chief Revenue Officer Giancarlo Simiri, which they acquired in 2011 with a vision to establish a Group that would champion and foster entrepreneurial creativity within the fashion industry.

Allianz

Allianz Italy is a major provider of insurance and financial services in Italy and is part of the Allianz SE Group, world leader in insurance and asset management. In Italy Allianz employees over 5,000 people to serve more than 7 million customers, through a multichannel distribution network consisting of 25,000 professionals, including insurance agents, territorial collaborators and financial advisors, in addition to bancassurance agreements and market leader in direct insurance.

Lotto

Lotto, is the leading footwear and sportswear company, synonymous with Italian style, Innovation and Design. Founded in 1973 to produce tennis and soccer shoes, over the decades the best teams and athletes all over the world have donned Lotto’s shoes and apparel. Today the brand honours its history and sportive heritage to define the style of the future.