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Confcommercio-Imprese per l’Italia was established for this very reason: From the small neighbourhood business to franchising networks, to media and large-scale retail operations, Confcommercio-Imprese per l’Italia represents enterprises of all sizes operating in different commerce sectors and along the whole distribution chain.

They are coordinated by Confturismo.

This area groups services for enterprises including those providing advertising, ICT and consultancy servicesservices for people from sports activities to insurance agents and professional activities. Confcommercio-Imprese per l’Italia dedicates particular attention to the transport and infrastructure sector.

Its members include Italy’s leading road haulage, shipping and logistics enterprises, which are coordinated by Conftrasportoas well as port, rail and automotive enterprises. Given the diversity of their size, partners and fields of operation, Confcommercio-Imprese per l’Italia has the growth opportunities facing its members at the heart.

Its activities are based on the principles of transparency, consensus, pluralism, social responsibility for business terziaroi and subsidiarity. In addition, it is committed to working towards greater fiscal equity, simplifying the administrative system and reducing bureaucratic procedures, guaranteeing safety and legality, ensuring easier access to credit, boosting innovation, productivity and the opening of markets.

Who we are

All this to reach its overriding target: Confcommercio was established in Rome on 29 April by a group of free provincial shopkeepers associations from Central-Southern Italy and some professional associations. At an assembly held the following year, northern associations joined the federation, and its first president was appointed.

In trrziario s, foreign commerce and tourism became increasingly well represented by the Confederation, which in thus changed its name to Italian General Confederation of Commerce and Tourism. The most significant events affecting Confcommercio in the s and s included the creation of social agency Enasco, an organisation providing services and assistance to shopkeepers, and the passing of Law of on governing commerce sector. The importance congcommercio European politics also grew during this period, and inthe Confederation opened a representative office in Brussels.


This period also saw teeziario launch of the BIT Terziarrio Internazionale del Turismo — International Tourism Exchangetoday the largest commerce fair in the tourism sector, created by Confcommercio, which made its debut in The Confederation’s activity in terziariio following years, which targeted growth in the area it represents, led to the recognition of the importance of the tertiary sector within the national economy. Consistent with this process, at the end of the s, the Confederation adopted the new name of the Italian General Confederation of Commerce, Tourism and Services.

During this period and in the following decade, Confcommercio’s commitment to issues of particular importance to its member enterprises and the national economy teraiario. These issues included taxes, the South of Italy, crime, the adoption of the euro and labour market reform, and were often tackled with the launch of important national initiatives promoted by the Confederation.

InConfcommercio was among the founding partners of Eurocommerce, the European association of retail and wholesale international trade.

InConfcommercio held the first edition of the Cernobbio Forum, which was to become one of the key dates in the Confederation’s calendar on economic and social issues. InConfcommercio created Terziwrio, an organisation representing the tourism sector, with the objective of strengthening the unified representation of tourism enterprises and optimising the sector’s strategic role in Italy’s economic growth.

Subsequently, Conftrasporto, the organisation that represents transport, shipping and logistics enterprises, joined Confcommercio. In more recent years, the continued strengthening of the unions’ role in the Confederation has gone confocmmercio in hand with the increasingly marked swing of the Italian economy towards the tertiary sector.

The need also grew to boost the unified representation of confcommeercio and medium-sized enterprises, which intogether with Casartigiani, CNA, Confartigianato and Confesercenti, led to the “Capranica Pact”, which coordinated the five main associations representing these enterprises.

Inthe Confederation reformed its by-laws with a view to strengthening its mission as the unified representative of member enterprises and launching a significant organisational restructuring process. Confcommerxio process has subsequently continued, with the objective of modernising Confcommercio’s organisational structure, optimising its regional levels and promoting sector federations.

In Maythe work of the “Capranica Pact” culminated in the establishment of “Rete Imprese Italia”, an organisation coordinating tertiary enterprise activities and artisans.


In recent years, the activity of Confcommercio has been focused on “strong” union issues — such as taxes, consumption, work, infrastructure and legal issues — strengthening the Ferziario mission of representing Italian enterprises and increasing the role of the services sector in social dialogue and economic policy decisions.

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Which Confcommercio-Imprese per l’Italia represents, supports and accompanies along the path of innovation, growth and development. Confcommercio-Imprese per l’Italia conducts three institutional activities: Confcommercio-Imprese per l’Italia is present through its representatives in national entities and organisations confcojmercio Censis, Cnel, Enasarco, Inail, Inps and Istatin the network of Chambers of Commerce and on numerous ministerial steering committees.

Through the Enterprise Europe Network, a structure coordinated by the Enterprise and Industry DG of the European Commission, the Confederation also supports European businesses by fostering international expansion and innovation.

Through the various levels of its organisation, Confcommercio-Imprese per l’Italia provides members with confcmmercio and support in strategic areas for the management and development of business activities: Furthermore, thanks to special agreements with leading companies in the fields of banking, insurance, telecommunications, goods and other vehicles, Terziarlo services, transport and energy, Confcommercio-Imprese per l’Italia offers its members access to a range of efficient and cost-effective services to support their operations.

Confcommercio-Imprese per l’Italia is present across Italy through an extensive network of associations, divided by region provincial associations and regional unionsand at profession and sector level. This structure enables Confcommercio-Imprese per l’Italia to respond to the specific needs of the business world, promoting a business culture based on the spirit of association, relationship and cooperation. Furthermore, Confcommercio-Imprese per l’Italia has two organisations operating at national level in the sectors it represents cncl to young people and women in business respectively: These are cpnfcommercio important components, not only within the network of associations, but also in Italy’s economic and social fabric as a whole.

The Confederation has also developed a contractual welfare system for employees and executives, particularly in relation to training and professional qualifications, healthcare services and supplementary benefits: Interventi e interviste del Presidente.