Conflict of interest? You are not allowed to write about yourself or your company. (Nor hire a wiki editor to write about it.) Such things need to happen naturally, by other people. Otherwise everyone would be blogging on endlessly about themselves. (We all think we are more notable than everyone else.)
I too got started on Wikipedia by writing pages upon pages about myself. Until I learned the rules. Now those pages are deleted of course. I got my own website, I will not use Wikipedia as a free web host.
Edit: Merely translating what was written about you by others might be an exception to this rule. As long as you didn't write the Italian article yourself.
Edit 2: I may have been able to track your company down: Marca Corona (one of the companies of the Concorde group) — reviewing its edit history it is clear there's a CoI issue here. Sure, "you" only edited the logo and slogan recently, but "your other computer" at 22.214.171.124 wrote the rest. (Along with Robby1978~itwiki.) IP address difference of only one number. (106 vs 107)
Edit 3: (I added to the first two paragraphs.) The work you did should not go to waste though. Ask Robby to publish it in your stead. Or create an account yourself. But make sure you disclose your ownership: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Conflict_of_interest#How_to_disclose_a_COI