Silvia Grilli, editor of the magazine Grazia, to received the international prize for journalists, the “Italian Talent Award 2017”.
Organised by the cultural association “ITA, Italian Talent Association” and now in its third year, the prize is given to journalists and other examples of excellence that promote Made in Italy at both a national and international level, ensuring that the label remains a fundamental element in the country’s economic development and for employment.
Among the winners, for the magazine journalism category, Silvia Grilli, editor of the weekly Grazia, said: “In its 80-year history, Grazia has borne witness to the evolution of the Italian woman and continuously promoted the wonderful talents that have made the Made in Italy label the world leader it is today. I’m immensely proud to receive this award which also goes to a magazine that has exported our style to 24 countries with 24 international editions.”
The “Italian Talent Award 2017” prizes were presented today, Wednesday 29 November, at the Chamber of Deputies in Rome by a jury made up of the editors of the leading titles, in the presence of the Deputy Speakers of both Chambers of the Italian Parliament, Simone Baldelli and Maurizio Gasparri, and the Minister for National Heritage, Culture and Tourism, Dario Franceschini.