searching for: "150 anni"

found results: "13"

Ferrero - Corporate News

2013 to 31 August 2014, as well as its strategic vision for 2020.Participants at the event included Mrs. Maria Franca Ferrero, President of Ferrero International as well as President of the Ferrero Foundation; Gian Luca Galletti, Italian Minister of the Environment; Giovanni Malagò, President of CONI; Mario Molteni, Professor at the Università Cattolica of Milano and Agostino Macrì, Professor at the Università Campus Bio-Medico of Rome. The works were being introduced by Ambassador Francesco Paolo Fulci, President of Ferrero SpA (Italy). The ...

Ferrero - Corporate News

Giovanni Ferrero, Chief Executive of the Ferrero Group, categorically denies that the Company has received any acquisition proposals from another Group within the confectionary sector and confirms that Ferrero is not for sale to anyone.

Ferrero - Corporate News

as become the most famous creamy spread in the world and is now undeniably a symbol of Italian creativity. Nutella's jubilee is an event that has a powerfully symbolic significance for Ferrero and the celebrations have been opened by an interview of the Group's CEO, Giovanni Ferrero, broadcast on 13 May during the 8:00 pm TG1, the news programme of the Italian state-owned TV channel Rai 1. With a total sales volume of 365 thousand tons, Nutella is now available in over 100 countries. It has achieved considerable renown, so much so that it has ...

Ferrero - Corporate News

The confectionery company will be joining the Expo 2015 team with a project that will not disappoint lovers of the most famous chocolate spread in the world, Nutella, which also celebrates its 50th anniversary this year."Ferrero - said Giovanni Ferrero, the Group's CEO - wants to contribute to the success of Expo 2015 by offering its experience of best practices and important projects in the field of corporate social responsibility".This is the programme that Ferrero will present at the Great Exhibition in its role as Confectionery ...

The Ferrero Group

1997Pietro and Giovanni Ferrero, Michele's sons, rise to top-level management of the Group.

The Ferrero Group

Today Giovanni Ferrero continues to successfully run the company, focusing on always more ambitious goals, keeping strong and alive the inspiration and the social commitment, always shared with his parents and his brother. We aim to shift from “creating value” to strengthening the “value of creation”. Because creating is one of the highest values for mankind. And the mankind is the core of Ferrero’s success model.c

Ferrero - Key Figures

comprised of seventy-four consolidated companies, with twenty production plants, of which three operate within the framework of the Social Enterprises. Ferrero products are present directly or through authorised distributors in over 160 countries.The Group, of which Giovanni Ferrero is the Chief Executive Officer, closed the financial year with a consolidated turnover of 8,412 million Euros, indicating an increase of 3.9% from the previous period, which closed with a total of 8,100 million Euros.Despite the difficulties faced internationally, ...

Ferrero - Corporate News

the participation of many university graduates and researchers, non-profit research and training institutes around the world, who submitted their projects on improvement, innovation, sustainability and new strategies relative to hazelnut cultivation”.The first prize of 150,000 euros was awarded to the Instituto de Investigaciones Agropecuarias, INIA Carillanca (Chile), for its project "Improvement hazelnut production incorporating novel technologies for the most important world production areas". The second prize was awarded to the Perugia ...

The Ferrero Group

s when Piera and Pietro, Michele’s parents, transformed a pastry shop into a factory. The Ferrero’ Family was the first Italian manufacturer after World War II to open production sites and offices abroad in the confectionary sector, turning the Company into a truly international Group. These first and decisive steps forward were thanks to the products “invented” by Pietro Ferrero and his son Michele, who was then very young. Another key to success was the effective sales network organized by Giovanni, Pietro’s brother, who died in ...