Thanks to this operation, the Nexum Group can extend the consulting services offered to the 10,000-plus companies it assists across Italy, by offering specialist skills to support them in the innovation processes of Industry 4.0 and sustainability. Innovation has an impact not only on business processes, products and services, and even more so on culture and soft skills which are all about people. Investments in this direction also aim to bridge the significant gap between the skills that businesses want during this phase of digital transformation and the skills that workers actually have.
Paolo Stern, president of Nexumstp, said: “Ambire SB’s reputation, accredited by the certifications and authorisations of the Ministry of Employment, and its nature as a Benefit Company, convinced us to make this important strategic integration. The agreement is part of a process that began about two years ago with the drafting of Nexumstp’s first sustainability report. We believe that leveraging human capital and focusing on sustainability are two crucial factors in getting companies back up and running during such a difficult time for the economy”.
Maurizio Bottari, CEO of Ambire SB, added, “In an ever-changing market that is rapidly moving towards digitalisation and sustainability – two major aspects of Italy’s political agenda – investing in people’s skills and growth generates a distinctive advantage for companies, and also complements the sustainable development objectives set by the UN 2030 Agenda. Ambire has always helped its clients combine business strategy with a suitable people strategy, and recently we openly declared our commitment to the values we share with our employees by turning into a Benefit Company. We are proud to share our nationwide development project with a solid, promising group such as Nexum”.
NexumSTP is a professional partnership born from the merger of some of the most prestigious Italian tax and employment consultancy firms. It combines innovation and dynamism with the tradition, culture and values of professional boards and associations. NexumSTP is ranked 61st in the annual FT 1000 ranking of Europe’s fastest-growing companies, published by the Financial Times.
Diesis Group press office