with many important partners
to achieve our vision and mission
Danilo Benvenuti, Europe Regional Director of Asia Pulp and Paper Group (APP), has been working for over 30 years in the pulp and paper industry, including 25 years for APP.
Over the years, he has consolidated his knowledge in the production, distribution and management of the business, which has led to increased success in Europe, thanks to his expertise in international trade and economic dynamics in Europe.
Conscious of the importance of sustainability in raw materials supply chains, he has been engaged in APP’s efforts in this area for several years.
He has spoken at various international events and conferences to promote industrial relations and sustainable development.
Francesco Bertolini is a Professor of Public Management and Policy at the Bocconi University Management School, where he has been researching on sustainability issues and the economic implications of environmental innovations for many years. He is chairman of the Green Management Institute which has been promoting environmental innovation in industrial supply chains for more than 20 years; and brings together some of the most interesting entrepreneurial realities for their business model environmental sustainability. He regularly writes for Corriere della Sera and follows as a consultant, some of the most interesting projects of environmental reconversion in Italy
Mario Cerutti was born in Torino (Italy) in 1958. He graduated in Business Administration from the University of Torino and achieved an MBA from the University of Dallas.
He has been working at Lavazza since 1986, and is currently Chief Institutional Relations and Sustainability Officer.
From 2004 to 2007 he was the President of the European Coffee Federation (ECF). He is currently serving as President of Italian Coffee Committee (CIdC – Comitato Italiano del Caffè) – the professional association for large Italian coffee companies – , as Chairman of the Coffee & Climate Steering Committee and as member of the board of the Institute for Scientific Information on Coffee (ISIC). He is also board member of ICP (International Coffee Partners).
Alessandro Invernizzi represents the 3rd generation of a family dedicated to mineral water bottling and the production of high quality natural drinks. For more than 20 years he has been working to protect one of the most pure and delicate elements in nature, water. Being a father and having recently suffered from serious illness, has led Alessandro to help contribute to a better and more sustainable world. Today, he is the CEO of two companies that count water as a core part of their business, Lurisia Acque Minerali S.r.l. and the Istituto Idrotermale di Lurisia S.r.l. In 2016 he founded “Volontari per un mondo Migliore” (Volunteers for a better world).