Telling Driade's history means retracing the many stories that from the very beginning have developed around the brand. The most recent step in terms of the ongoing development of the company is its acquisition by ItalianCreationGroup, an industrial holding involved in acquiring and accelerating the growth of small-medium enterprises whose brands represent the excellence and essence of Italian creativity. The Group focuses on offering managerial …
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