The Piaggio Foundation is the forum for businesses, the local dimension and culture.
The Piaggio Foundation is a no-profit public benefit body formed in 1994 to promote a virtuous association between enterprise and culture, by developing important synergies with the community and areas of excellence in the arts and culture, science, technology, production and tourism. To do this, the Foundation organises temporary exhibitions, conferences, meetings, debates and performances; it promotes publications on issues related to economy, employment, industrial archaeology, education, design and Made in Italy. The Foundation also manages and plans the activities of the Museum and the Historical Archive.
The Piaggio Historical Archive is one of Italy's largest corporate archives: it documents Piaggio operations from the end of the 19 century to the present, in every sector and in every business (from manufacturing to advertising, from technical drawings to photographs and audiovisual material). The Archive organises visits by appointment and provides assistance for anyone wishing to examine its documents.
Viale Rinaldo Piaggio, 7 – Pontedera (PI)