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CONFASSOCIAZIONI continues to grow: in 2018 estimated 402 member associations, 720,000 registered professionals and more than 132,000 companies

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ROMA, Wednesday, December 12, 2018 (MERCURPRESS.IT) - "Our 2018 report is extraordinary: 402 member associations, 720,000 registered professionals and more than 132,000 companies". Angelo Deiana, President of CONFASSOCIAZIONI, said this in a note during the Gala Cocktail for the Christmas Greetings that took place last night in Rome in the beautiful location of Palazzo Ferrajoli.

The parterre of personalities, senators, deputies, important government and institutional offices, presidents and representatives of the key social forces and civil society, businessmen, professionals and friends of the great network of CONFASSOCIAZIONI, welcomed last night in the noble palace in Piazza Colonna, by the President Deiana together with the Executive Office and all members of the board of the Confederation, is truly extraordinary.

"Our growth - highlighted Angelo Deiana - has a clear motivation. We are giving an answer to the most important need of this phase: to give voice and body to the importance and the need to network for all professionals and for all companies in order to share problems and solutions to be proposed to the national authorities, demonstrating through facts that it is possible to change".

"We have completed many projects during the year - continued the President of CONFASSOCIAZIONI - and several new ones are in the pipeline for further growth in 2019. We will very soon give more detailed information about the interesting numbers of our increasing membership and the important new appointments and initiatives that are planned for next year".

"Yesterday was a time of great confrontation and emotion - concluded the President of Deiana - during which we celebrated the numbers and quality of our extraordinary growth and we welcomed and enjoyed all the people of our great family.

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