DIGITAL360: 47 finalists for Digital360 Awards 2021, 1th October more than 150 CIO are going to award the projects

29 September 2021
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With the selection of 47 finalists, the sixth edition of the Digital360 Awards, the contest that rewards the best digital innovation projects in Italian companies, organized by DIGITAL360 to promote the culture of digitalization in our country, has reached its final stage. The appointment is set from 30 September to 2 October in Lazise (VR), on Lake Garda, where, in collaboration with CIOSummIT, the event “The New Face of Digital: Inclusion, Sustainability and Diversity” will take place, during which the finalists will present their projects to a jury of over 150 CIOs, to decide the winners in each technology category.

This year, the final event will include moments of in-depth analysis and discussion with a specific focus on the role of digital technology in supporting inclusion and sustainability. Among the various speakers, there will be the Director of Caritas Ambrosiana Luciano Gualzetti, the President of Fondazione Banco Alimentare Onlus Giovanni Bruno, the Paralympic athlete Emanuele Lambertini, the Head of the Department for digital transformation of the Presidency of the Council of Ministers Mauro Minenna. There will also be numerous opportunities for unconventional networking and entertainment, thanks also to the participation of Raoul Cremona and Diego Parassole.


The main partners of the Digital360Awards and of the CIOSummIT that during the event will present their strategies to support sustainability and inclusion are important vendors and tech companies such as Cisco, IBM, NetApp, Orange Business Services, TIM, Schneider, Celonis, DELL, Deloitte, Ivanti, Nutanix and Techedge.

“In six editions, the Digital360 Awards have involved a total of more than 650 realities, rewarding 64 projects of true digital transformation – says Raffaello Balocco, CEO of DIGITAL360 -. We believe it is particularly important to focus on innovation and sustainability and on how digital can be a driving force for building a more inclusive and fair future. For this reason, in the 2021 edition, in which we are finally back in attendance with the participation of over 250 managers, in addition to the awarding of projects that have distinguished themselves for innovation, replicability and business benefits brought, we have reserved a special prize dedicated to these issues, which are increasingly relevant and central in the current business context”.