Gentilini recounts: 125 years of goodness from 1890 to 2015
The company turns 125 years old, one of the most prestigious Italian biscuit companies that is undoubtedly a flagship for “Made in Italy” excellence, which continues to see consensuses and turnover grow in a counter-trend to the Italian economic crisis. It is the Biscotti P. Gentilini company, an example of decades of success, seriousness, tradition, the Roman spirit and prestige, whose fascinating history is now a multifaceted book entitled Biscotti P. Gentilini – 125 Years of Goodness (1890 – 2015) written by Daniela Brignone, edited by Francesca Germanò and published by Palombi Editori. An essay and a biography, a recount of precious archival documents and economic data, a journey of analytical reconstruction of an entrepreneurial world. A world that began in the Bolognese province and landed in the Italian capital city, where the young Pietro Gentilini, with his very clear ideas, was able to develop an empire in just a few years through the sweat of healthy work, an iron will, an imaginative creativity and far-sighted entrepreneurial mentality.
The book is available in the bookshops in the main museums in Rome, in the most important bookstores and on specialized websites such as Amazon and on the website www.palombieditori.it