New executive offices for Unieuro which, by the end of 2021, it will enter the complex occupied, until the end of 2020, by Mondadori Multicenter in via Marghera, elegant street in the center west of Milan.
Developed on an area of 3700 square meters divided over four floors, the Milanese headquarters will have the offices on the upper floors, while on the ground floor and on the first floor there will be a new store by the leader of electronics, aimed at consolidating the presence of the brand in one of the most commercial districts of the city.
During the summer, the spaces will be subject to major renovations and adaptations to the most modern technological and safety standards, already adopted for the group’s headquarters in Forlì.
At the end of the works the building will be a reference point both for Unieuro employees, Milanese and not, and for the subsidiary Monclick, the pure player for the B2B and B2C segments, which will move its legal and operational headquarters to via Marghera, currently located in Vimercate (Monza Brianza).
To all, the new spaces will offer the opportunity to work efficiently and fluently, benefiting from the autonomy and responsibility underlying ‘Futura’ the smart working project launched by Unieuro in February 2021 which, thanks to sophisticated technological equipment, allows staff to be operational from anywhere with maximum flexibility.
Comment the CEO, Giancarlo Nicosanti Monterastelli: “2021 is proving to be a particularly significant year for our entire team. First the opening of our headquarters inside the prestigious Palazzo Hercolani (built in 1844, ed.), In the heart of Forlì, then the implementation of an avant-garde and unique smart working project, which puts the employee at the center and which gives him maximum freedom in deciding where and how to work. In perfect continuity, we announce the upcoming opening of the Milan offices, which will give further concreteness to the Futura project. The new Milanese space, contemporary and functional, combined with the historicity of Palazzo Hercolani, perfectly embodies the identity of Unieuro, straddling tradition and modernity, history and innovation ”.