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About Creval

We are present in Italy in 11 regions with 355 branches, over 3,500 collaborators and we are part of the Crédit Agricole Italia Banking Group.​ We strive every day to achieve sustainable growth and profitability through the development of solid relationships with our stakeholders and the development of the territories in which we operate.​​​


​​19th, 20th and 21th Edition in 2019-2020


In 2019 we became partners with Palestre Digitali, the training course promoted by Young Women Network and Accenture with the aim of increasing the probability of finding work for graduates or university students in their last year, with a particular focus on humanities.

The course - active since 2012 - explains the use of technical and practical tools in the digital world through classroom lessons. During three annual four-week sessions, each with a different module, 600 people took part, about 80% of whom found work in the digital marketing sector within the six months after the course. Our collaboration with Palestre Digitali involves three areas:
• assignment of project work on the theme “Interactive art and digital humanism”, aimed at developing the theme of technological innovation linked to the bank’s cultural heritage;
• instruction on the theme of “Corporate Communication”, with the presentation of an innovation business case at the TIM Space in Milan;
• offering the use of two of the bank’s spaces - the auditorium at the Via Feltre offices and the Credito Valtellinese Gallery in Corso Magenta.

The project allowed us to highlight our solidarity with young people and interest in the use and continuous development of the digital channel. Thanks to the partnership with Young Women Network, particular importance was given to female graduates at the delicate moment of entry into working world, as evidence of our commitment to gender equality.


Between November and early December 2020, we once again supported the initiative, which has reached its 22nd edition. The students were able to learn contents on our digital communication and on sustainability and they put their best in a project work to attract young people to the topic. Watch the video to find out the details!​