Camper, wood and furniture, machinery: where to innovate to be more competitive

Camper, wood and furniture, machinery: where to innovate to be more competitive

Synergies, shared planning, new products, but also strengthening the corporate image and new technologies.

Synergies, shared planning, new products, but also strengthening the corporate image and new technologies. These are some of the proposals emerging from the joint which covered the areas of mobile homes, furniture and furnishings and woodworking machinery, the subject of a workshop last May 25 integrated within the project area "Competitiveness and Innovation Val d'Elsa. " Over the past two months the three sectors, the most important of the local economy, were the subject of three workshops, in which were presented and discussed the results of the deepening of analysis that involved about 45 companies.
"An important meeting of 'laboratory' - says Angelo Minutelli, Councillor for Local Economy Policies of the Municipality of Poggibonsi, parent - to discuss the general guidelines of the regional system and three industrial sectors in order to select the lines that more closely expectations and the objectives and activities focus on these design guidelines. "
The objective of the "Competitiveness and Innovation" is to identify areas of sustainable innovations and improve the competitiveness of the regional system with the aim of creating opportunities for restoring competition in a relatively short time, for the benefit of the estate of the production system and then employment and social system of the territory. The meeting was attended by the Municipalities of the Val d'Elsa, the Province of Siena, the Chamber of Commerce, Industrial Association, CNA, Banca Monte dei Paschi di Siena, the Cooperative Credit Bank to change, the Centro Sperimentale del Mobile and furnishings, The Department of Architectural Technology (TAD) "Pierluigi Spadolini", the Department of Methods and Techniques for Innovation (DMTI), University of Florence, Laboratory of Economics of Innovation (LEI) "Keith Pavitt, "coordinated by Prof. Mauro Lombardi (PIN SCRL and University of Florence), as well as the three most important business sectors, among those who participated in the analysis.
 

Camper, wood and furniture, machinery: where to innovate to be more competitive