“The awarding of a scholarship named after our founder is very close to my heart. It is a very important moment because it testifies to Ferrari’s continuous commitment in the pursuit of excellence and innovation”. This was emphasized by John Elkann, the president of Ferrari, who gave Maranello a “record number” of scholarships (104) for the children of employees.
“Strengthening the foundations of this research is our responsibility, and it is for this reason that I believe education is the key to our ambition”, said Elkann who recalled that only in 2022 Ferrari provided a record number of more than 79,000 hours of training. “We strongly believe in the role of education as the key to sustainable development – explained the chairman of the Maranello hall – that we do not consider it sufficient to limit ourselves to providing training within the company. We want to be active members of our company. community, we support them in And we do this by putting ourselves with many young people in their educational and professional growth paths, focusing on strengthening teaching methods and skills at all levels”.
Elkann mentioned the Ferrari energy community, announced in recent days, as “an example of caution for the local area”. “It will be the first type of industry ever promoted and supported in Italy by a company for the benefit of its territory”. The project calls for the installation of a photovoltaic system of approximately 1 MWp by December 2023, on an unused area of 10,000 m2 of land owned by Nyumba and near the Fiorano roundabout, whose energy will be entirely available to the local community.
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