Eni will take part as a partner in the 34th edition of the Meeting di Rimini  and will use its presence to focus on the centrality of the individual and respect for diversity, as well as to underline the company’s founding values of culture, respect, and international vision, research and innovation.

This year’s Meeting is dedicated to mankind, or, more precisely, to “the emergency facing man‘.

The Meeting is not merely sending out an alarm, but wants to show that the emergence of human values is possible and that anywhere in the world, today as in the past, people can find strength in the impulse of their desire, reignited by an encounter, by an incident, by experience.

As part of this year’s programme, Giuseppe Recchi, the chairman of Eni will take part in the discussion Italy and international competitionon Monday 19 August.

Eni will also keep you up to date with the events at the Meeting through its social channels. Follow us on:

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Eni's stand

Eni will be at the Meeting di Rimini with a dedicated stand. The theme of which this year is Current Values:

VALUES. Because Eni’s presence at Rimini is focused on the communication of its shared values. Starting from these values, talent depicts, flash lessons recount, totems show, bags of energy interpret, visitors draw and explain.

CURRENT. Because the affirmation of values, the creation of a new tomorrow, demands commitment and effort day by day. A commitment that evolves, just like the drawings and stories that visitors can create and share like collective works.

All of the live performances, video material displayed on mega screens, multimedia content for social media and the web dedicated to Eni express the concept of ‘Current Values‘ and foresee the active and collective participation of visitors.

Each activity carries the name of the event along with a verb – that recalls the type of activity involved – in the first person plural. In this way Eni brings people together in this “work on values‘ and focuses on sharing and involvement. At the same time , the first person plural is a plea, a call to action.

Five interactive totems dedicated to Eni values will be positioned around the stand with a screensaver and the making-of of the creative talents involved.

Beginning from the heart of the graphics produced by the talents, visitors can contribute with their own ideas and designs to the creation of a collective work. Each contribution can be saved in the gallery and posted on the Eni culture Facebook page from where users can see and share it on their own personal profile.

Talent

Eni has identified the talents of reference from within the Bologna-based graphic design collective, Housatonic Design Network.

Donatella Esposito and Paolo Masiero are the two designers who have overseen the entire design for the event and the video stories.

Donatella Esposito
Born in 1984, she is a graduate of the Accademia di Belle Arti in Urbino. Graphic designer and illustrator, she began her recent role as a graphic facilitator having a lot of fun and drawing things se had never tried before.Her passions include a thing about salt water, goldfish, good music and rounded shapes. She likes to listen to a tell stories.

Paolo Masiero
Born in Chiaravalle, in the province of Ancona, after taking a diploma in cartoon drawing at the Scuolacomics in Jesi he moved to Bologna to study advertising design. During the week he is a graphic designer, illustrator, musician and teacher. His passions are art, rock music and hanging out.

The meeting

The 34th edition of the Meeting di Rimini  is dedicated to the most beautiful, but at the same time, most dramatic things on earth: man, or, more precisely, “the emergency facing man‘. Man and his need to exist as a unique and unrepeatable reality, the irreducibility of his desires, man and the sense that what defines and characterises his existence is freedom.

The Meeting is not merely sending out an alarm, but wants to show that the emergence of human values is possible and that anywhere in the world, today as in the past, people can find strength in the impulse of their desire, reignited by an encounter, by an incident, by experience.

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