Charter of corporate values: how important it can be for the well-being of people and how to build it.

10 September 2021
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Charter of corporate values: how important it can be for the well-being of people and how to build it.

Maps Group will be the endorsing company of the conference “REAL CULTURE AS A VALUE-RELATED MAP: the business card for stakeholders”. Organised by People 3.0 the free and online conference will be held on 20 September 2021 and will try to highlight how important the existence of a charter of corporate values is and how this should be built starting from people’s feelings.


Happiness at work

How many companies have drawn up a charter of values and how many operate according to this? People 3.0 will try to answer this and other questions during the conference “REAL CULTURE AS A VALUE-RELATED MAP: the business card for stakeholders”.

A company which has been active for over 10 years in the field of change, empowerment and enhancement of talents in the company, and has always supported the central role of the individual, People 3.0 was one of the first developers of projects based on the Happiness at Work model.

Literally translatable as “Happiness in the workplace”, it can be understood as a company’s ability to create a relaxed work environment where people can have sufficient stimuli and gratification to be happy and satisfied. How can this be achieved?

According to Jurgen Appelo – writer, manager, speaker and trainer among many things – there are 12 steps to achieve an environment that can grant a productive and fulfilling working life to the individual.


Relationship training

The main requirement of Happiness at Workis sharing and a search for change through transformation activities which are an innovation drive for the well-being of people. Their direct involvement is therefore essential to the process of building a Charter of Corporate Values that can truly create a happy and productive work environment.

During the conference, People 3.0 will talk about this together with Maps Group, the protagonist of important revolutions during the lockdown. In this period of uncertainty and crisis, the company has in fact decided to invest in the management skills of its professional figures, training a leadership style based on the pillars of the Happiness at Work model.

In addition to drawing up a Charter of Values consistent with the company reality, this allowed Maps Group to create a spirit of cohesion and sharing, thanks also to which it was possible to overcome many challenges and to achieve important objectives.

How to participate

The following colleagues will attend the “REAL CULTURE AS A VALUE-RELATED MAP: the business card for stakeholders” conference:

  • Marco Ciscato, Chairman Maps Spa and Artexe S.p.a.;
  • Paolo Bianchi, Delivery Manager of Artexe S.p.a.;
  • Sara Magri, Employee Relations Manager of Maps S.p.a.

as well as Anna Piacentini, Trainer, coach and organisational wellness consultant as well as Founder and CEO of People 3.0.

To register for free for the conference, which will be held on Monday 20 September 2021 from 4 pm to 7 pm, follow the indications detailed at this link.



Founded in 2002, MAPS is an Innovative SME working in the digital transformation sector. With headquarters in Parma and around 200 employees, it produces and distributes software for big data analysis allowing client businesses to manage and analyse large quantities of data and information, helping them to take strategic and operational decisions and to define new business models.

It works in a context marked by high growth potential: in 2018, the world market for digital transformation technologies reached 1,100 billion USD; for 2020, the estimated figure is 1,600 billion USD (CAGR 2018–2020 around +20%).

MAPS operates through 3 business units (Large Enterprise, Healthcare Industry, Gzoom) and has a portfolio of over 220 highly loyal customers working in different markets: Telco, Utilities, Health, Retail, Industry and Public Administration. Through its range of Patient Journey services, it is a leader in the healthcare facility patient admissions sector, covering the market with over 1,300 installations managing admissions for over 20 million patients nationally. The Group invests constantly in R&D. The Research & Solutions division, established in 2016, is in charge of identifying market needs and developing software solutions.

The Group ended 2019 with consolidated revenues of €17 million and an EBITDA of €3.8 million (EBITDA margin equal to 22%). MAPS has doubled its revenues and its EBITDA has increased five-fold. The company has high levels of recurring revenues and cash conversion. Alongside the Group’s organic growth there has been a significant M&A activity, acquiring IG Consulting (2011), Artexe (2018), Roialty (2019) and SCS Computers (2020).



For more information

MAPS GROUP contacts

Marco Ciscato – Investor Relations Manager | Tel +39 0521 052300

Nominated Adviser Contacts

BPER Banca | Tel +39 0272 74 92 29 |

Investor Relations & Financial Media Contacts

IR Top Consulting | Tel +39 0245473884

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MAPS Group

Nominated Adviser Contacts:

BPER Banca

Investor Relations & Financial Media Contacts

IR Top Consulting

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