search 09 Oct 2023

Epta participates as supporter @FUTURA EXPO 2023

Epta participates as sponsor in the second edition of FUTURA EXPO - Economy for the Environment – the Italian expo where the FUTure merges with NatURE, which will take place from 8 to 10 October 2023 at the Brixia Forum of Brescia.


The event, which alternates a rich programme of conferences, meetings and immersive experiences with the traditional trade fair, is geared to companies which have undertaken or want to undertake a journey towards ecological transition, to institutions, citizens aware of sustainability and to young people, undisputed protagonists of change.


Epta sponsors the Leonardo da Vinci Experience

Epta, as Green Transition Enabler, sponsors the Leonardo da Vinci Experience, an all-encompassing artistic immersive experience, designed by the internationally acclaimed artist Massimiliano Siccardi.


This work, focused on cutting-edge designs and on the revolutionary intuitions of the great Maestro, represents the perfect synthesis between FUTure and NatURE and inserts itself, as absolute protagonist, in an interactive journey of dialogue between Sustainability and Art in the year in which Brescia, together with Bergamo, is Capital of Culture.


The choice of dedicating the key experience of the event to Leonardo da Vinci has been supported enthusiastically by Epta which has always identified the perfect union of creativity, genius, and sustainable innovation with the versatile Italian genius. Elements which are behind the business values, and which fully summarise the ethos of the group.


FUTURA EXPO: the first Carbon Neutral Fair in Italy

Once again, Futura Expo confirms itself as the first Carbon Neutral Fair in Italy, representing a virtuous example of dialogue between companies, institutions and civil society on sustainability, as new economic and social paradigm.


The fluid exhibition spaces, realised with recycled materials, in line with the principles of Life Cycle Thinking, will be furnished with tree and shrub species, like a real indoor botanic wood, for a surface of 15,000 m2, furnished with more than 500 plants.


The debates proposed by the organisers of the expo will concentrate on four core themes: Energy efficiency, Circular economy, Innovation and work, and there will be speeches by Nobel winners, economists, and exponents of politics, culture and showbusiness. The event is expected to be attended by about 100 businesses and organisations, 40,000 visitors and 15, 000 students.