2021 in figures

2021
in figures

01

The financial
section

To ensure a sustainable increase in profits and business growth.

How

Through an in-depth analysis of the costs related to each product to drive down defects and the related financial and environmental waste.

How

Through the ongoing monitoring of cash flows and potential growth opportunities on the market

39.775.667

Economic value generated: revenue

37.313.874

Economic value distributed

How
do we
distribute the
economic value?

We distribute economic value and support local communities by remunerating our employees and working with local suppliers.

%2,53

payments to the public administration

%15,53

employee remuneration

%0

payments to lenders

%0,11

investments in the community

%82,15

operating costs

02

Human
capital

We prioritise the pursuit of a stimulating and healthy work environment for our current and future employees.

How

Through the development of their technical and professional skills

How

Through the promotion of employee health and well-being, a healthy environment and work methods

96

Employees

69

Women

27

Men

S

developing our employees’ skills not only affects them and the work environment but also the quality of our services, products and customer relations

664,50

Hours of training per year

03

Productive
capital

Management of the supply chain to develop relationships facilitating the creation of shared value.

653.922

Investments 2021

Stamperia
Emme

Emme is the third-party printing company, part of the Gentili Mosconi’s group, taken over in 2015 by the bankruptcy of a historic company in the area of Como. Emme is certified Serico, Gots and 4sustainability Advanced level.

The supply chain
reflects
the company’s
strategy

Experience,
tradition,
innovation and
technology

Emme is committed to minimize its environmental impacts, applying the ZDHC methodology and the 4sustainability protocol for the management of chemicals, industrial processes and waste water. Emme also monitors water consumption in order to reduce its wastage.

04

Intellectual
capital

Tools and projects designed to improve the quality of the products and services offered to customers.

How

Increase the company’s value and prestige by proposing increasingly innovative and distinctive “Made in Italy” solutions, guaranteeing top quality products and services

How

Prioritise quality controls of incoming and outgoing goods, the pursuit of products and processes with a smaller environmental footprint and a system for the traceability and transparency of the supply chain

How

Improve corporate governance, comply with the internal code of ethics and adopt efficient governance tools with clear objectives, roles and responsibilities

Innovative
solutions for
“Made in Italy”
products

The archive:
history,
research,
creativity and
innovation

The archive houses all the company’s know-how. Francesco Gentili has taken on the challenge to reorganise all the creative material present in the company. A digital filing software programme is used to scan and match each design to one or more key words, which makes the search for materials faster, more effective and better organised.

830

vintage accessories and garments

22K

designs on fabric

2K

fabrics collected from around the world

5.1K

digital files purchased from other archives

45K

designs on paper

33.2K

digital files purchased from other archives

05

Relations
section

To cultivate a climate of collaboration and trust between the company and its suppliers

How

Through targeted actions to encourage the development of beneficial relationships with stakeholders and ensure the proper creation of shared value along the chain

How

By consolidating its reputation, ethical values (transparency, probity, respect, trust, reliability and punctuality) and codes of conduct applicable to its employees and third party suppliers and customers

%98

Italian suppliers

%90

Lombard suppliers

We favour
relationships with
local suppliers

N

We apply the Chemical Management 4Sustainability Protocol to assess our suppliers in terms of chemical management

06

Environment
section

To reduce energy consumption and introduce more sustainable raw materials and processes

How

By encouraging the development of processes and products that promote the circular economy

How

By favouring the supply of raw materials, production inputs and the circular economy

How

By storing production inputs in the best possible manner

Increase the use
of raw material
certified

%6

GOTS certified raw materials

Project Smart

Gentili Mosconi has recently joined the inter-regional (Como-Lecco-Ticino) Smart17 Project, which grew out of the collaboration between the Como-Lecco Chamber of Commerce, SUPSI (the Swiss Professional University), Unione Industriali di Como, Bocconi University and SQS. This project is an opportunity to expand theoretical and practical knowledge on sustainability.

I

IN 2021, GENTILI MOSCONI ANALYZED, COLLABORATING WITH GREEN BOCCONI, THE COMPANY’S LEVEL OF SUSTAINABILITY MAINLY FOCUSED ON THE CORPORATE CIRCULAR ECONOMY.

Renewable
energy

Gentili Mosconi's corporate performance is one point higher than the national average. Waste management and design are the phases in which the company achieves the best performance compared to the national average, followed by procurement and production. The ‘use’ phase appears to have the greatest room for improvement.

Two
photovoltaic and
geothermal
systems

renewable energy generated

KWH 138.145

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