How did remote working affect our lives, productivity, and well-being? Will it be the new standard after the pandemic? In response to these questions, The Economy of Francesco's thematic village, Women for economy, decided to organize a space for dialogue to understand the challenges, advantages, and disadvantages that this type of work brings with it.
Ana Tamargo is among the organizers of one of the regional gatherings on October the 2nd, 2021. We met her. “I was born and raised in Caracas, Venezuela, and 7 years ago I moved to Madrid, Spain” – Annie continues. “I am currently working at the Corporate Responsibility Department of a Food Distribution Company and I am part of the Business in Transition village of EoF”.
With the premise of knowing new perspectives of The Economy of Francesco from the experiences and the study of experts in Latin America, this congress was held in mid-October in virtual format, with the participation of more than 20 institutions.
After a three-year degree in Economics and Management, Elisa has reached the end of her studies in Sustainability and Tourism Management at the University of Trento. We get to the heart of the themes of Into the LABel thanks also to her thesis work.
What is the market demand if not the sum of different people (customers), making their own purchasing choices? And what would happen if the customers began to consider, demand and pretend ethical aspects in the way in which a product is produced?
Dal Piemonte alla Sicilia, sono 17 le regioni coinvolte oggi, sabato 10 luglio 2021, nella mobilitazione SlotMob contro l’azzardo promossa da “The Economy of Francesco” e dal Movimento SlotMob e con il coinvolgimento di molte associazioni e movimenti.