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The new director of Teatro Naturale and Teatro Naturale International is Alberto Grimelli, co-founder and former managing editor of the magazines
After several unofficial media reports over the last few weeks, Teatro Naturale Srl officially announces a change in the direction of Teatro Naturale and Teatro Naturale International.
This change at the head of the organization takes place after a complex legal dispute, which ended with the exclusion of Dr. Luigi Caricato from the organization for having undertaken activities that were in direct competition with those of Teatro Naturale Srl.
Some time ago, in part because of the serious reasons for which he was excluded from the organization, Dr. Caricato was asked to submit his resignation voluntarily. This in order to avoid the continuation of the inherent conflict of interest, and of a situation that certainly was not beneficial to the image of Teatro Naturale.
More than five months after this request, and a few days before the completion of the burocratic procedure, Dr. Caricato has submitted his resignation from the positions of administrator and director of Teatro Naturale and Teatro Naturale International. In any case, already several months before Dr. Caricato had stopped contributing to the journalistic activity, editorial coordination and choice of editorial direction of the publications.
Good luck to Dr. Caricato in his future activities.
The new director of Teatro Naturale and Teatro Naturale International is Alberto Grimelli, co-founder and former managing editor of the magazines.
The editorial team of Teatro Naturale wishes Dr. Grimelli all the best in his new role.
“I can’t forget how and why Teatro Naturale was born,” says the new director. “The world of olive oil, but also the agricultural world in general, needed representation, as well as a place to hold a dialogue. ‘TN,’ as it’s often affectionately called, will carry out this role with the same passion and energy as it has from its inception. But this isn’t enough any more. When we close ourselves in our own little world, we risk allowing others to set the boundaries of that world. Fighting daily to defend an ideal Maginot Line is an heroic, but ultimately pointless, undertaking. A far better course is to dive in and break down barriers – I realize that plunging into the world like this can be frightening, but it’s a route that we must start to travel. As always, we’ll travel it together, day by day.”
by T N
07 october 2013, World News > Italy