For us, sustainability is a commitment that goes beyond the office. In fact, through initiatives focused on home-work travel, we try to meet the needs of all our employees and contribute to reducing environmental impact.
As the Mondadori Group, we have activated a series of services and conventions
– Company shuttles to connect our offices with train stations and metro lines;
– Preferential season tickets for the use of public transport;
– A carpooling platform to make private car journeys more efficient;
– Discounts on car-sharing services and e-bike or e-scooter rentals.
In particular, we have recently signed an agreement with the micro-mobility service Lime, in synergy with the Segrate Municipality, to provide a pick-up and drop-off point for vehicles near Palazzo Mondadori and at other strategic points in the area, such as the railway station. This is an important project based on public-private cooperation to achieve a common goal: promoting sustainable mobility.
This is why we are constantly striving to improve our actions, also involving our employees through periodic surveys on the subject, which help us to gather opinions and suggestions. And our colleagues are happy to contribute, answering the various questions in large numbers each time.
We look forward to welcoming you to the new Mondadori bookshop in Milan.
In the heart of the city, in Via Marghera, a new bookshop has opened its doors. An ideal refuge for those who love reading, culture and entertainment, our store is located in the centre of a lively shopping area.
A team of five experienced booksellers is on hand to help anyone who enters the bookshop to find the perfect book among the more than 13,000 titles on offer, from the great classics to the latest bestsellers. But that’s not all: readers will also find stationery, gift boxes and gift vouchers to suit all tastes, as well as a “We Are Junior” area with books and educational games for children, and a section dedicated to comics and manga.
The Mondadori bookshop in via Marghera is also waiting for you on Instagram and Facebook to keep you up to date with all the news, initiatives and events planned. Starting with the first important date: the signing of the book ‘Io sono Chico’ with the author Francesco Taverna on 2 February. On Saturday 3 February and Sunday 4 February there will be interactive workshops for children in collaboration with Leo Scienza, an association dedicated to popularising science, the environment and culture.
Once again this year, we are supporting those people in our Group who are most exposed to the uncertainties of the current macroeconomic environment. We are doing this by offering a bonus of €1,000 in the form of vouchers or social credits to employees with an annual salary threshold of €35,000 gross.
“Together with our Chairman, Marina Berlusconi, we have decided to support our employees with an exceptional economic contribution to help them maintain their purchasing power,” commented our CEO, Antonio Porro.
This contribution is also a further thank you for the important results achieved in recent months. A concrete gesture that is also the result of a constant and constructive dialogue with the trade unions and that adds to the many other initiatives that have been launched to meet the needs of all #NoiDellaMondadori.
We are pleased to announce that the Mondadori Group is one of the winners in the “Innovation” category of the SAP Quality Awards 2023, the annual prize awarded by SAP to business projects that stand out for their innovation and benefits.
This award recognises the quality of our “BI Purchases&Operations” project, which, by implementing a solution entirely in the cloud, has made it possible for the first time to set up monitoring and data discovery tools, both operational and managerial, that enable the company to manage the end-to-end process of purchasing and industrial budgeting for the production of books in the retail sector.
In addition to the IT department and the Trade Operations department, SAP and SDG Group also collaborated on this project, providing valuable support in the application of implementation best practices, project governance and the implementation phase.
The colleagues who worked on the project received the award during SAP Now 2023, the most important annual event that SAP Italia dedicates to its business community.
Pictured is the team that worked on the winning project. From left to right: Gianluca Traettino, Chiara Marino, Vincenzo Meduri, Filippo Guglielmone, Rosalba Rossato, Alberto Zangarini, Glauco Brambilla, Cristina Cavagna, Flavia Massaglia.
The meeting of the Board of Directors of Arnoldo Mondadori Editore S.p.A. approved the Interim Management Statement at 30 September 2023 presented by Chief Executive Officer Antonio Porro.
Significant increase in profitability and +12% increase in EBITDA Adjusted.
“We can therefore confirm what was announced on 29 June in terms of expected results for the ongoing year, namely an economic and financial improvement.”
Our publishing house Rizzoli presents the new editorial management team.
Federica Magro, the editorial director, is joined by the following heads of department:
– Gemma Trevisani, in charge of Italian fiction;
– Marco Fiocca, in charge of Foreign fiction;
– Marta Treves, in charge of Varia, Young Adult and Fabbri Editori adult titles;
– Manuela Galbiati, in charge of non-fiction;
– Lydia Salerno, in charge of the BUR and Etas brands, newly appointed to this role.
In addition, Federica Magro will be in charge of the Rizzoli Lizard activities on an interim basis.
From left: Marta Treves, Marco Fiocca, Federica Magro, Manuela Galbiati, Lydia Salerno.
The centenary of Italo Calvino’s birth continues with two exhibitions in Rome and Genoa.
“Favoloso Calvino. Il mondo come opera d’arte. Carpaccio, de Chirico, Gnoli, Melotti e gli altri”: the major exhibition in Rome, curated by Mario Barenghi, will remain open until Feb. 4, 2024 at the Scuderie del Quirinale. Visitors will be able to immerse themselves in a visual journey that, with more than 400 works, offers a closer look at the life and literary production of one of the leading figures of twentieth-century literature. The exhibition is organised by the Scuderie del Quirinale in collaboration with Electa editore.
At the Palazzo Ducale in Genoa, “Calvino Cantafavole”, an exhibition curated by Eloisa Morra and Luca Scarlini, opens at Palazzo Ducale in Genoa, in the spaces of the Loggia degli Abati. The Genoese exhibition is a tribute to Calvino’s relationship with the world of fairy tales and will remain open until April 7, 2024. Supported by the Liguria Region, the City of Genoa and the Palazzo Ducale Foundation, the exhibition is organised by Electa editore in collaboration with the Scuderie del Quirinale.
The exhibition will be accompanied by many new publications, from the catalogues of the exhibitions to new titles dedicated to the world of Italo Calvino.
Photographs of the exhibition: Alberto Novelli / Scuderie del Quirinale and Francesco Margaroli for Electa.
Young Italians dream of working for us: the Mondadori Group is once again one of the most attractive companies according to the Universum award.
In the annual research “Most Attractive Employers Italy 2023”, carried out by the Swedish employer branding company Universum, our company was ranked first in the Humanities, Liberal Arts and Education category for both university students and young professionals. We are very proud that undergraduate and graduate students in the humanities continue to place the Mondadori Group at the top of their professional ambitions.
It is a result that rewards the path we have taken to increase the value of young talent by placing it at the heart of our company’s activities and processes. A constant work on people contributes to creating a more inclusive and innovative environment.
In the picture, some of our Human Resources representatives with the Universum 2023 awards. From left to right: Edoardo Muratore, Stefania Giovacchini, Elena Isacchini, Arianna Carlessi, Carlotta Strada and Marco Corcione.
Now in its fourteenth edition, the “Most Attractive Employers Italy 2023” survey involved more than 33,000 students and 12,060 young professionals who were asked to give their views on their careers: https://lnkd.in/ebnNDgBi
From 13 to 17 September, the 24th edition of Pordenonelegge, the “book festival with authors”, will be held in Pordenone. This year’s theme is lightness, represented by the two feathers chosen as the symbol of the event.
The Friulian city will turn yellow, the colour of the event, and come alive with authors, readers and writers who will take part in more than 300 events, including meetings, talks and presentations.
We will be present in Pordenone with our publishing houses. Here are all the events not to be missed: https://lnkd.in/e8v58M-8
What to read this summer? We recommend 40 of our books.
It is always difficult to decide what to read during the summer holidays. So we have put together this list of 40 titles recommended directly by our publishing houses.
From thrillers to historical novels, from non-fiction to biographies, from art to science fiction, and of course comics and books for girls and boys. We have tried to satisfy the tastes of all readers.
📚 Our #LibriDaLeggere for the summer: https://lnkd.in/giDZHvTQ