This year Ri-Costruire Virtual wants to be much more than a virtual exhibition, but a real showcase for companies and professionals.
In anticipation of the trade fair to be held in April, from Friday 8 to Sunday 10, Longarone Fiere Dolomiti will be hosting an event that is part of the European context of the EU Industry Weeks that the European Commission dedicates to dialogue with the industrial system. The 2022 edition will stimulate discussions among manufacturing ecosystems on their green and digital paths to strengthen the resilience of EU companies and SMEs. Discussions will be held on how the young generation can shape the future of EU industry, in line with the Commission’s proposal to make 2022 the European Year of Youth. Meetings and exchange of best practices between companies from the construction sector and beyond will take place, supported by professionals speaking on the topic of building bonuses and safety.
Ri-Costruire Virtual, starting on 25 February on the https://virtual.fieracostruire.com portal, will thus become a tool through which companies can find out about industrial policies at local, regional, national and European level with the aim of advancing the green and digital transition by creating jobs, growth and innovation in Europe.
Take part in Re-Build Virtual 2022, make yourself visible within an important platform to discuss the challenges of today and tomorrow, develop opportunities together in an inclusive dialogue with a wide range of stakeholders.
To present and anticipate all this, a conference and technical panel, also online, is planned for Thursday 24 February. A round table that will actually open the virtual edition of “Re-build”, a moment of confrontation between the world of politics and institutions and the local productive ecosystem. In particular, the focus will be on the new European, national and regional strategy tools (e.g. bonuses and PNRR) in the building and construction sector. This sector accounts for one third of global energy consumption: for this reason, the themes of green building, environmental sustainability, safety, and innovation in materials, with particular attention to systems for producing energy and heat, are fundamental for leading to a greener and more sustainable world.
“Not only that,” stresses the President of Longarone Fiere Dolomiti, Gian Angelo Bellati, “it is necessary to improve the global competitiveness of industrial and production activities, creating jobs while respecting the most delicate territories, such as those in the mountains. The relaunch of the mountain building system, with particular attention to the ecological transition and the inclusion of the younger generations, is the real challenge that our territories will have to face in the coming years”.: bonus casa • digital transition • Eco Bonus • EU Industry Weeks • European Commission • Green Deal • green transition • PNRR • Ri-Costruire • Super Bonus