Carlo Bonomi, has been appointed the new president of Confindustria, the most powerful Italian industrial organization. A businessman with a long history in industry.
The new president of Confindustria is an entrepreneur in the biomedical sector and the chairman of Synopo SpA, an Italian company specializing in electromedical equipment, as well as Chairman of the Board of Directors of Ocean S.r.l. and Marsupium S.r.l. and also Independent Director of Springrowth S.G.R. S.p.A. He has been a member of the Board of Directors of Dulevo International S.p.A. since November 2019.
Bonomi has made innovation and R&D his calling card,
Since June 2017 he has been a member of the General Council of Aspen Institute Italia, of the Board of Directors of ISPI (Institute for International Political Studies) and, since July 2018, he has held the position of Past President of Cancro Primo Aiuto, a non-profit organization based in Monza, which assists the sick and their families. Since November 2018, of the Board of Directors of Università Bocconi.
He has also held the following positions in the representation system: Director in charge of Research, Innovation and Digital Agenda of Assolombarda; Chairman of Gruppo Merceologico Terziario Avanzato of Assolombarda; Vice Chairman of Gruppo Giovani Imprenditori of Assolombarda; Regional Vice Chairman of Gruppo Giovani Imprenditori Confindustria Lombardia.
Since April 2020 is the President of Fiera di Milano.
Confindustria is the main association representing manufacturing and service companies in Italy, with a voluntary membership of more than 150,000 companies of all sizes, employing a total of 5,437,488 people.
The association’s activities are aimed at guaranteeing the central importance of companies, the driver’s of Italy’s economic, social and civil development. By representing companies and their values at institutions of all levels, Confindustria contributes to social well-being and progress, and from this standpoint guarantees increasingly diversified, efficient and modern services.
Confindustria’s added value stems from its network: a headquarters in Rome, 219 local and trade associations and since 1958 a delegation in Brussels, which has seen its strategic importance grow over the years and is now a benchmark for the entire Italian economic system at the European Union.