Who are the influencers of the Italian politicians? Cattaneo Zanetto & Co. developed a report for Il Sole 24 Ore newspaper based on the politicians’ behavior on social media.
This behavioral analysis on Italian politicians leads to a more in depth the decision-making process. By finding who are these influencers we’re able to enter into the hidden mechanisms of the Italian political agenda.
Once again Cattaneo Zanetto & Co. is the market leader in Italy for lobbying and public affairs services. According to the analysis provided Milano Finanza, in FY2017 Cattaneo Zanetto & Co. ranked at the top of the list, with a strong grow in professional fees.
Download the full report (in Italian).
Bocconi School of Management with the support of Cattaneo Zanetto & Co. is organizing a new edition of the executive seminar “Government relations, Public affairs and Lobbying” on Wednesday, 3 October 2018 at Palazzo Patrizi in Rome.
The seminar is aimed at executives of companies and associations (chairmen, C-suite executives, board members) and to their supporting staff in charge of Government affairs, Regulatory affairs, Legal affairs, Corporate communication and External relations. The seminar is also aimed at founders of startups who consider innovation in an obsolete regulatory framework a key competitive advantage.
Which news sources are more used by Italian policy-makers? Which are the most trusted media outlets by the new MPs? Which social media are most used, by themselves of by their staffers?
Cattaneo Zanetto & Co. and YouTrend/Quorum have realized the first research in Italy about the preferred news sources in the new Parliament, about the most used media outlets and social media by the legislators.
The research is based on 94 direct interviews with deputati and senators, fully representing the new Parliament by sex, constituency, age, political party and chamber of election.