As part of its development into a data-driven foundation, Fondazione Compagnia di San Paolo is contributing to enhancing the key role of a data-driven approach in philanthropy. In order to do so, the Turin-based organisation has inaugurated a new in-depth column to explore the topic.

The approval of the “Compagnia di San Paolo Data Strategy 2023-2030” document by the General Council has clearly defined the intention of developing Fondazione Compagnia di San Paolo into a data analysis driven organisation.

A new strategic system that identifies the study of data as a fundamental operational tool for “Photographing the present” and tracing a future in which the actions undertaken can contribute to generating a greater impact on the well-being of People and the Communities.

The Data Strategy 2023-2030 – in addition to reflecting eight years of dedication to technological projects, wide-ranging initiatives and partnerships at national and international level – outlines some technical, managerial, strategic and relational challenges relating to data, which the Foundation will undertake to address by 2030.

In this context, Fondazione Compagnia di San Paolo is inaugurating an initial dissemination project today to highlight the particular effectiveness of the strategy launched in the field of philanthropy.

The use of data for the common good in the context of international initiatives, the importance of skills, the analysis of the social impact generated and the use of Generative AI in the non-profit sector and other technologies that can really contribute to create a more inclusive and sustainable future for all.

These are the themes explored by the Foundation between now and the end of 2024 through a series of articles published on its Linkedin channel.

The Unexpected Alliance: Data and Philanthropy for a Better World” is the title of the first in-depth analysis included in the new column, specifically intended to explore the element underlying the Data Strategy 2023-2030: data. To read the article, please visit this link.

The “Compagnia di San Paolo Data Strategy 2023-2030” document is instead available to read at this link.