Aboca named on of Tuscany's top companies by Banca CR Firenze

Product and process innovation, internationalisation, sustainability and promotion of the Made in Italy brand: these are the winning traits that secured Aboca the award for “Promoting excellence to sustain growth”, promoted by Banca CR Firenze and the Intesa Sanpaolo Group. The award, dedicated to companies which despite the difficult economic situation have been able to grow and create value thanks to strategies implemented during the crisis, was a special plaque presented as a tangible expression of the entrepreneurial value shown by the region.
“Businesses that grow find success due to a better strategic position in terms of quality and environmental certificates, exports with international brands, overseas holdings and patents”, reads the note from the Intesa Sanpaolo Group, which points out: “Focusing on innovation provides effective leverage thanks in part to the growth in employment, particularly of highly qualified personnel”.
Aboca and the other 11 winners were examined by an external commission made up of representatives from the world of academia, finance, business and trade associations. Based on the data released by the Intesa Sanpaolo Group, the number of businesses in Tuscany which have developed new products and services exceeds the national average. In 2014, businesses with patents saw a revenue growth of 2.9% compared to a 0.9% growth for businesses without patents. There are presently 331 innovative start-ups in Tuscany, which is also the leading region of Italy in terms of university spin-offs. Clearly innovation and internationalisation are the roads to follow in order to create value across the country.

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