The effort to relaunch Italy, outlined by the PNRR (National Recovery and Resilience Plan) , is developed around three strategic axes shared at European level: digitalisation and innovation, ecological transition, and social inclusion.
The digitalisation and innovation of processes, products and services represent a determining factor in the country's transformation and must characterise every reform policy in the Plan.
PNRR Task Force RSM: what are our objectives?
RSM has set up a special Business Line called the "PNRR Task Force" (after the positive experience of the 110% LAB in which RSM is one of CDP's Advisors for the 110 Superbonus) with the aim of supporting companies on various aspects of obtaining financial resources, in particular in carrying out the following main activities:
- reviewing their business models
- identifying tools for growth (reliefs, incentives, investments)
- defining strategic partnerships to make the most of opportunities
PNRR Task Force RSM: how do we work?
RSM, through its PNRR Task Force Team, acts as an advisor to companies to identify and structure financial solutions that are appropriate for the investments and commitments set forth in the PNRR, through financial instruments (including SACE’s Green Guarantee) made available by the State to companies for the transformation of production processes and plants, energy conversion, circular economy, etc..
It is therefore a decisive support, guaranteed at public level, to make a leap forward in growth under the banner of sustainability.
The PNRR Task Force RSM offers companies a single channel to rely on to manage the various aspects of the green transition:
PNRR TASK FORCE TEAM
Per affrontare le sfide, sostenere i cambiamenti e supportare le imprese, abbiamo costituito un team dedicato, fatto di professionisti con le migliori competenze:
The 110% Superbonus is the first step towards a sustainable future. The subsidy is divided into the following main areas:
- energy efficiency
- anti-seismic interventions
- installation of photovoltaic systems
- infrastructure for recharging electric vehicles.
Climate transition and environmental risks represent the new economic paradigms. Value generation goes through actions responsible for the environment, awareness for social aspects and focus governance-related aspects. The way to strenghten competitiviness and to meet the expectations of market, investors, reference communities and future generations has already started. Conditions for access to market and credit for sustainable companies will be more and more favourable in the years ahead.
The industry 4.0 phenomenon is closely connected with innovation. But what do we mean exactly by “Industry 4.0”? Which are the benefits coming from this paradigm shift? Which are the measures offered by the government in this field?
What is 4.0 Industry and how does it work?
Industry 4.0, also known as the fourth industrial revolution, is a direct consequence of the digital transformation process of the last few years and it is leading to the complete automation and interconnection of industrial production.
The funds allocated by the PNRR under Mission 1 for "Tourism 4.0" (€2.40 billion) aim to improve the quality of tourism by (amounting to €2.40 billion) aim to raise the quality of the tourism offer through:
DIGITALISATION, SUPPORT FOR SMES, BUSINESS COMPETITIVENESS, GREEN TRANSITION
Within the scenario outlined by the PNRR, the RSM PNRR Task Force provides companies with decisive and publicly guaranteed support to make a growth leap in the name of sustainability, thanks to the financial instruments made available by the State.