Isidoro Trovato, economic journalist at Corriere della Sera, one of the main Italian newspaper, has been awarded last Sunday with the “Alfio Russo” Journalism Award for his commitment to tell through his stories the issues of SMEs, entrepreneurs and professionals in Italy. No doubt, Trovato today is one of the best and most skilled economic Italian journalists. He is well known all over the Country as “the voice” of Italian SMEs.
With his articles Isidoro Trovato covers several crucial topics regarding the Italian economy and the daily experience of small and medium entrepreneurs and professionals that are the backbone of the Country representing about 90% of Italian economy.
This international aknowledgement handed over during “La Giara D’Argento” ceremony in Giarre (Sicily), in the last years awarded prominent journalists and editors-in-chief such as Indro Montanelli, Enzo Biagi and Paolo Mieli. Trovato, born in Giarre, is the youngest reporter that has ever been awarded by the Alfio Russo committee.
Isidoro Trovato started his career in Giarre writing for “Corso Italia”, a local weekly paper of his hometown. After several experiences and collaboration with “La Sicilia”, “Il Giornale di Sicilia”, “La Gazzetta del Sud” he was hired by Corriere della Sera.