Uboldo – 9 April 2018 – LU-VE is one of the best-performing companies in Lombardy. The multi-national from the province of Varese, the European leader in the sector of ventilated equipment and heat exchangers, has been honoured with the “Industria Felix Prize”, awarded by the Industria Felix cultural association in collaboration with Cerved and under the patronage of LUISS University Guido Carli and Confindustria Lombardia to companies in the Region distinguished by their excellent management performance and record financial statements. LU-VE achieved the Highest Honour for its financial results, being the “best company in Lombardy in the home sector”.

In total, 78 companies in the Lombardy Region were awarded the Industria Felix Prize. They were selected by a scientific committee chaired by Professor Cesare Pozzi, lecturer in business economics at LUISS. The committee evaluated the summary of the survey conducted by journalist Michele Montemurro in collaboration with the Research Centre of Cerved. After analyzing the financial statements of 31,825 joint stock companies with registered offices in Lombardy and turnover/revenue between 2 and 19 million euros, 59 Highest Honours for best management performance and 19 Special Mentions for financial results were awarded to the provincial and regional.

“This recognition makes us really proud,” said Iginio Liberali, President and founder of LU-VE. “Lombardy boasts one of the most developed entrepreneurial structures not only in Italy, but also in the world: being successful here means being competitive globally, and represents an extra stimulus for us to continue along the growth path of LU-VE, which we began in 1986.”

“We owe our thanks to our entrepreneurs,” commented the Vice President of the Lombardy Region Fabrizio Sala. “Thanks, because in the face of the economic crisis the excellence of our Region contributed to saving the well-being of Lombardy and the entire country. The whole world recognises the great value of our human capital which represents the capacity to grow and innovate. This is what we are investing in.”