How Italian brands can improve the sustainability of their supply chains

Despite Italy’s GDP drop of almost 9% last year, its top 30 labels managed to increase their value by 11%. Image: Unsplash

Giorgia Ortolani
Vice-Curator, Milan Hub , Global Shapers Community
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