Today the Women’s Entrepreneurship Committee of the Milano Monza Brianza Lodi Chamber of Commerce elected a new president: Chiara Benedetta Cormani, member of the Council of the same Chamber of Commerce. Enter the evidence you keep to date Marzia Maiorano. Milano Monza Brianza Lodi’s women’s business is growing, according to Chamber of Commerce data, +0.2 percent in one year and +5 percent in four years. There are 71,250 women-owned businesses in Milano Monza Brianza Lodi in the third quarter of 2022 and they represent 18.3 percent of the total business in these regions. They were 71,094 a year ago and 67,852 in the third quarter of 2018, before Covid. Today there are 3,398 more companies than in 2018 among Milan Monza Brianza Lodi, of which another 2,684 are for Milan. Last year’s growth was driven by scientific and technical professional activities, at 5.9 percent, which today includes 6,661 companies in the three regions.
In particular, there are 56,161 companies in Milan and the metropolitan area, +0.2% in one year and +5% in four years. There are 12,288 in Monza and Brianza, +0.4% in one year and +6.2% in four years. They are 2801 in Lodi, stable in four years. The first sector is services, with 61.7 percent of all businesses being women in the three provinces, followed by commerce at 24.3 percent. Women’s firms employ 183,464 workers in the three provinces, of whom 146,278 are in Milan, 30,280 in Monza Brianza and 6,906 in Lodi. Today at Palazzo Giureconsulti the conference “Italy we want more women”. According to Marzia Maiorano, Chair of the Women’s Entrepreneurship Committee at the Milan Monza Chamber of Commerce Brianza Lodi, promoter of the initiative: “We aim for a new female personality in an innovative and sustainable global market. We seek more awareness thanks to the participation of the business world and associations towards sustainable governance.
For Chrystelle Simon, DCM’s Head of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion at Deloitte Central Mediterranean: “We need to aim for inclusive leadership, respecting diversity and valuing the uniqueness of people, while also having a positive impact from an economic point of view.” Donatella Gemigliano, President of the Umanitas Consortium Association, noted the importance of combating violence against women, thanks to the “Women for Women Against Violence” initiative.
After the corporate greeting of Carlo Sangalli, President of the Milan Monza Brianza Lodi Chamber of Commerce, the speakers opened the business of Marzia Maiorano, Chair of the Women’s Entrepreneurship Committee of the Milan Monza Brianza Lodi Chamber of Commerce. Starting with the discourse on “Inclusive Leadership” with Christelle Simon, Director of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion at DCM at Deloitte Central Mediterranean, to continue with the topic “Supporting Startups for Women” with Vittoria Di Franco, Director of the Milan Chamber of Commerce Monza Brianza Lodi – Formapper Then on “Women for Women Against Violence” with Donatella Gimigliano, President of the Umanitas Federation, on “Regional Promotion of the Certification of Gender Equality” with Silvia Ottili, Regional Coordinator of the CIF Unioncamere Lombardia and with Barbara Tomasi, General Directorate of Training and Employment, Lombardy Region , on “Women and Business: Perspectives and Scenarios” with Tiziana Pompei, Deputy Secretary General of Unioncamere.