Atlas World Bringing Business Community Together for a Better Future


Alessandro Farina (left) and Marco Veronese with the Atlas Award.

The Atlas World Community, aiming to recognize entrepreneurs and business leaders who have distinguished themselves in Hungary for an ethical, sustainable, and creative approach, gathered in the newly opened White Raven Skybar & Lounge this month.

Alessandro Farina, founder of ITL Group and founder of the Award, unveiled the beautiful Atlas Award 2022 statue to the guests, together with Luigino Bottega, author of the book "How to Win the Game of Life" and the creator of the award, well-known Italian artist Marco Veronese.

The artist created a hybrid sculpture in which Atlas and Vitruvian Man merge. The masterpiece will be presented to the most deserving business hero during an award ceremony held on October 6. 

In addition to nominating one or more entrepreneurs for this year's Atlas Award, the guests also had the opportunity to get drawn by Nastako while posing next to the award.

"I come from an Italian family with a long entrepreneurial tradition. From a young age I learned that entrepreneurs have a moral obligation to their predecessors and future generations to build a better world. We call this moral obligation an 'ESC' approach,'"
explained Alessandro Farina.

"The acronym stands for Ethics, Sustainability, and Creativity: these are the values that inspired the founding of Atlas World, whose projects we hope will inspire others facing this era of lightning changes to make a positive impact on our society," he added. 

The event was supported by Silvia Merighi, founder of MSP Group; Omar Balducci, Central and Eastern Europe sales director of Lucart Group and spokesperson for Lucart Kft; and Bernardino Pusceddu founder of Comagro Sardo.

Farina also thanked EuCham president Michele Orzan, and MVÜK owner János Horváth, as well as Erna Kindli, CEO of Bátor Tábor Foundation.

Nominations for the award are open until September 18. Everyone can nominate their business hero at:

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