What lies ahead when we look beyond megatrends and scenarios? We will close the event with this crucial question. In an age of uncertainty there are opportunities to be seized. We will speak with leading experts, closely analysing developments around the world. As the future unfolds, we have the ambition to chart a distinctive path for the company. We want to promote our vision and share the processes that make our business sustainable.


Andrea Cabrini - Class CNBC


Andrea Cabrini is the Managing Editor of the broadcast unit of Class Editori which covers financial news (Class Cnbc – SKY 505), general news (Class TV – Ch 27 DTT Platform), luxury and lifestyle (Class Life – Web and IPTV) and corporate television (Banca Intesa, Mps, Cariparma, Pop.Vicenza, Allianz). Other areas of work include creative solutions, branded content and event management. He is a journalist, TV presenter and talk show host.

  • Stefano Cao

    CEO Saipem

    Stefano Cao began his career at Saipem in 1976 as a Project Manager and Area Manager for North Sea projects. Over the years, he has held various positions at the company, becoming its Chairman and CEO in 1999. In 2000, he left Saipem to assume the position of COO of the Exploration & Production division of the Eni Group. After working as Managing Director and CEO of Sintonia SpA and then as Chairman of Spig SpA, he returned to Saipem in 2015 as CEO.
  • Francesco Caio

    Chairman of the Board Saipem

    Francesco Caio has extensive experience in Italy and abroad as CEO of multinational companies, public and private, operating in the industrial, high-tech, finance and telecommunications sectors. These include Olivetti, Omnitel, Merloni Eldo SpA, Netscalibur, Lehman Brothers and Avio. He has advised governments on digital technologies and broadband. From 2014 to 2017, he was CEO of Poste Italiane. In 2018, he was appointed Chairman of Saipem.
  • Giulio Sapelli

    Professor Università Degli Studi di Milano

    Giulio Sapelli is professor of Economic History at the Università degli Studi di Milano and an editorialist for the Italian newspaper Il Messaggero. He stands out as an original thinker, with a cross-disciplinary approach that draws on history, philosophy, sociology and humanism. He has published more than 400 works and also teaches and conducts research at the London School of Economics and Political Sciences, at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona and at the Universidad de Buenos Aires. Since 1997 he has been a researcher emeritus of the ENI Enrico Mattei Foundation.
  • Paolo Magri

    Executive Vice President and Director, ISPI

    Paolo Magri is Executive Vice President and Director of the Italian Institute for International Political Studies (ISPI), where is also Co-Head of the Centre for Business Scenarios, and Professor of International Relations at Bocconi University. He is also Member of the Strategic Committee of the Italian Minister of Foreign Affairs; Member of the Europe Policy Group of the World Economic Forum (Davos) and Member of the Advisory Board of Assolombarda. He is a regular speaker, writer and commentator to diverse media outlet on global issues, US foreign policy, Iran and Middle East. Previously, he served as Programme Director to the UN Secretariat in New York and, up to 2005, as Director of International Affairs at Bocconi University in Milan.
  • Maria Chiara Carrozza

    Professor of Industrial Bioengineering, Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna, Pisa

    Maria Chiara Carrozza is an Italian scientist and a full professor of bioengineering. She is a former Minister of Education, Universities and Research and was a member of parliament from 2013 to 2018. She currently coordinates the Neuro Robotics Area in The Biorobotics Institute at Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna of Pisa and is a partner of IUVO, a start-up in wearable robotics founded in 2015 as a spin-off of The Biorobotics Institute. Since 2015 she has been serving on the Board of Directors of the Piaggio Spa group, and has been Scientific Director of Fondazione Don Gnocchi since 2018.