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A GUIDE BOOK FOR FOREIGN INVESTORS ABOUT DOING BUSINESS IN ITALY



Italy has a large consumer base and a higher-than-average development rate and expertise, yet cultural traits, red tape and also unique production procedures. Because of this, foreign companies operating in Italy need the assistance of experts who know the area well and who can help them structure their administrative procedures accordingly.


To help entrepreneurs, investors, and professionals worldwide find their way around the institutional business relations with Italy, Italian public relations expert Carmelo Cutuli has written the guidebook "How to Manage Business Relations with Italy."


The book is now available in paperback, e-Book, and audiobook editions on primary international online stores.



With its strategic position between Europe and the Mediterranean Sea and its modern and competitive economy, Italy is seen as an ideal country to expand a business from abroad. However, foreign companies wishing to capitalize on these advantages must be prepared to deal with a complicated regulatory environment that can lack the transparency, clarity, and efficiency offered by other advanced world economies.


In this guidebook, institutional references that can help you create your organization's associations with Italy are referenced in a readily accessible manner, making it easy to open business connections to the country. Each government agency or trade association listed here is usually open to being contacted from abroad by investors or companies willing to do business with Italy, offering their support.


With its strategic position between Europe and the Mediterranean Sea and its modern and competitive economy, Italy is seen as an ideal country to expand a business from abroad. However, foreign companies wishing to capitalize on these advantages must be prepared to deal with a complicated regulatory environment that can lack the transparency, clarity, and efficiency offered by other advanced world economies.


This handbook, in short, represents a reference guide for the entrepreneur interested in getting an idea of the Italian business panorama and for those who already operate in Italy from abroad to better understand the role of the main stakeholders.


The book also reminds the readers about the importance of considering Italian business culture if you plan to operate in Italy. Business culture is centered on personal relationships. Building a relationship with your Italian counterparts is key to success in any negotiation.


This handbook, in short, can function as a valuable guide to the foreign investors who wish to know more about the Italian business landscape and for those who already operate in Italy from abroad to become familiar with the role of significant stakeholders.


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