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Mario Paterlini awarded by Forbes Italia

Mario Paterlini, an independent, non-executive director of Buzzi Unicem, has been awarded by Forbes Italia as the best CEO in the Culture Innovation category.

The award was presented during the third edition of the “CEO Italian Awards 2020” event, which nominates Italian CEOs who have distinguished themselves for resiliency, innovation and sustainability, and which was live-streamed on the evening of 3 December 2020.

An engineer and the CEO of the Gruppo Sapio for 10 years, Paterlini has many years of experience in various international companies and is a board member of other large Italian companies.  

He was recognized by Forbes Italia for developing a culture of exchange among businesses.

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