Trieste, Italy – Generali has today inaugurated its new Historical Archive in Trieste, in the renovated Palazzo Berlam, to mark the Company’s 190th anniversary.
The Archive explores a unique wealth of know-how, experience, and business initiatives linked to the values of innovation, ability to respond to challenges, internationality and corporate responsibility. These qualities have always been part of Generali Group’s DNA, passed on throughout the years by employees and agents, and have enabled the Group to become a leading international player.
Today, to mark the celebrations for the 190th anniversary of Generali’s foundation on 26 December 1831, this history is represented by 19 stories created by writer and actor Matteo Caccia. It is a collective story involving different countries, cultures, languages, communities and peoples, just as cosmopolitan and open as the genetic imprint that has shaped Generali’s history since its inception. It was no coincidence that this took place in Trieste, at the time a free port in the Austrian Empire, a place of cultural exchange and influences, of change, experimentation and innovation.
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