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The entrepreneur Domenico Bosatelli, founder of Gewiss, died

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(ANSA) – MILAN, JUN 14 – The cavaliere del lavoro Domenico Bosatelli, founder and honorary president of Gewiss, an electrical engineering group listed on Piazza Affari, died tonight at the age of 88 in his home, surrounded, according to a note, from the affection of his wife Giovanna and his children Fabio, Luca and Matteo. The funeral parlor was set up at Palazzo del Monte, in Bergamo in Viale Vittorio Emanuele II, 10 / M.

Born in Alzano Lombardo, in the province of Bergamo, on 3 December 1933, Bosatelli founded Gewiss in 1970 on the intuition of the use of technopolymer in electrical systems, making it grow internationally, with a presence in more than 100 countries and beyond. 1600 employees.

Bosatelli has also created Chorus Life, a real estate promotion and development company whose core business consists in the design of solutions that aim at the redevelopment of urban areas, focusing on the quality of life and well-being of the person. “Values ​​and themes that are also a reference of the new business project Chorustyle Design”, reads the note.

Condolence was also expressed by the mayor of Bergamo, Giorgio Gori, according to whom “a great Italian entrepreneur, born in Bergamo, creator of Gewiss, disappears. We will miss his visionary charisma and his courage. Chorus Life, the neighborhood of the three generations’, his latest gift to the city “. (HANDLE).

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