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For the second consecutive year C&C is Growth Champion

Also this year C&C has been awarded the title of "Growth Champion", the authoritative recognition given by the German Institute for Quality and Finance (ITQF), in collaboration with La Repubblica, to the 800 Italian companies that recorded the highest organic growth in the previous three years.

With an average annual growth of 25,34% in the three-year period 2019-2022, C&C appears also in 2024 among the 800 most virtuous Italian companies, capable of increasing their turnover, creating new jobs and, ultimately, contributing to the relaunch of the economy in their industry. C&C ranks 394th overall and 23rd considering the companies active in the food sector. Among the companies from the Pordenone area C&C is third, whilst in Friuli Venezia Giulia it ranks ninth.

The list, published today in the Business & Finance insert of the newspaper, aims at “highlighting the Italian companies that drive the economy and, thanks to their dynamism, contribute to giving new impulse to the economy and society at large – as Christian Bieker, director of the ITQF, explains. – Being a company with a strong growth rate often means being able to shift from small size to market leader.”

“Obtaining once again the “Growth Champion” recognition is for us an important confirmation, yet it is only the beginning of our journey towards excellence - said Gianni Coassin, C&C Founder and Owner. - We are working on various projects to further improve the service offered to our customers and become even more competitive.”

“In particular - added General Manager Mattia Casati - we are investing in two production sites: we are currently closing a deal to acquire a winery in Valdobbiadene, in the heart of the Prosecco DOCG appellation, and we are building a cutting-edge bottling plant in Annone Veneto. The plant, where we are going to concentrate the production of our sparkling and still wines from Friuli and Veneto, will be entirely eco-sustainable and will be powered exclusively by renewable sources".

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