Clear Channel, a leading Out of Home media company, operates in 31 countries in Europe, Asia, North America, and Latin America. It has been operating in Italy since 1999, with offices in Milan, Padua, Rome, Naples and Bari. Clear Channel Italia has about 25% of the Italian Out-of-Home market share. It has an asset that now includes more than 40,000 systems and more than 1,500 digital screens spread across the cities of Milan, Rome, Naples, Florence, Vicenza, Verona and Padua, in Venice, Treviso and Bologna airports and in 52 Premium Malls. Aiming for innovation and creativity, it is capable of creating customized integrated communication solutions via an innovative, dynamic and flexible approach. Alongside its core business, for more than ten years, Clear Channel has also been an important player in the sphere of sustainable mobility, managing bike-sharing services in the cities of Milan and Verona. Clear Channel has always loved demanding challenges. Promoting an ambitious project like this one which aims to achieve gender equality and an eco-sustainable future through a virtuous path is a challenge that we support with great enthusiasm. All this is also in line with our corporate values that encourage the diversity and uniqueness of each one, as a precious value to create an inclusive place in which to be yourself, and the respect for the environment through the commitment to become a carbon net-zero company by 2030. We are therefore honored to increase the visibility of the G20 Women's Forum on our digital networks and thus to help the disclosure of a culture that practices equality between women and men, in all sectors and levels, in favor of an increasingly green future.