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Marzotto’s vision is centred on the value of humans. It social commitment and commitment to training represents the way in which the company supports this idea. For this reason, Marzotto supports ethical projects and facilitates the integration of talented young people, designing training courses that enhance the value of each single resource.
Marzotto supports Quid, a social cooperative that, through its brand, offers employment and career growth opportunities to those in difficult circumstances, women in particular. Some of the fabrics donated by Marzotto are brought to life, becoming new clothes, the protagonists of limited edition collections.
Young engineers is a training course created in 2010 in order to introduce young people to the production divisions of the Marzotto Group, showing them the industrial facilities, production processes and organisational dynamics of all the Group’s companies.
Since 2013, the Sales training programme has been addressing talented young people with commercial aspirations to integrate them into areas of strategic interest for the company.
These are advanced training programmes, held by top teachers within the textile industry. Students attending the Academy obtain skills in all industrial processes, including finance, negotiation and marketing, as well as developing soft skills.
The aim of the project is to select creative talents from throughout Europe, to offer them the opportunity to take part in training programmes at the Marzotto Style Office.
Our school projects
Weaving the future
This study programme arose from collaboration between Marzotto and the V.E. Marzotto – L. Luzzatti Valdagno Institute of Higher Education, with the aim of promoting textile school courses, and, more generally, industrial orientation. ‘Il Laboratorio’ (The Laboratory) is an innovative space within the company where students learn the secrets of the textile world, experiment with latest generation looms and use cutting-edge CAD software. Marzotto also promotes training activities covering the entire educational cycle, with alternating school and work training experiences and educational visits to the woollen mill.