He had grown up in that environment, and he wanted to stay there so as not to break the centuries-old tradition of his family. He had worked at Saint Mark’s Pier, where his colleagues respected him for his commitment, friendship, professionalism and human skills. As a young man he had also had the opportunity to participate in the Historical Regatta, and he carried on throughout his life these passions by directly sponsoring the regattas and the champions to whom he was very attached to. But he attracted the traditions of Venice.
In 1986 he decided to found a glass company in Murano bearing his name, BF SIGNORETTI, specialized in the production of chandeliers, blown glass and mirrors; he made an artistic and artisanal pole out of it, a solid reality where tradition, entrepreneurship and solidarity merge together. Bruno Fusato became an esteemed entrepreneur on an international level over the years, as he received the academic recognition of Doctor Honoris Causa in Business Administration.