Internationalization is a very topical issue also for small and medium-sized Italian companies, while in the past this process was only taken into consideration by larger ones. With some exceptions. When Salvadè S.r.l. started with development outside Italy, it was a small company, almost completely unknown outside our borders.
Today, with 80% of its turnover generated in the foreign market, Salvadè S.r.l., with its very wide range of machinery for textile printing and finishing, has established itself among the most important companies in the sector at an international level.
This development began in the 2000s, when the company was still led by Luigi and Alberto Salvadè, respectively the father and uncle of Marco Salvadè, the current President. In those years Marco, who has over 1600 flights for business trips to his credit, picked up his suitcase and embarked for the first time on an adventure that brought the company to where it is today, that is to top of the market. But how difficult was it to deal with all this? Marco Salvadè tells Piero Muscari (www.pieromuscari.it) about it during his interview.