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Direction 5 | Entrepreneurship in the Roman Capital - History & Future

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Date 12 to 17 Oct
Destinations Rome
Important Visits Italian Arab Chamber of Commerce
Fendi Headquarters
LUISS University
Accademia Italiana
Bulgari Design Center
Confindustria
Guest of Honor His Excellency Dr. Rayed Krimly, the Saudi Ambassador in Rome
Brief Discription Upon establishing The General Authority for Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEA) in Saudi Arabia and the growing importance and weight of entrepreneurship in the GCC and Arab World for more diverse and sustainable national income, the fifth tour’s aim was to study the well-sustained case of Italian entrepreneurship, SMEs, and family busniesses. They held meetings with the European Commissioner for Trade to discuss the challenges and lessons learned of the Italian entrepreneurship, the president of Confindustria, and the Italian representative of the youth at the B20. Direction’s delegation also visited prominent Italian entrepreneurs such as Renato Balestra, Fendi and Bulgari among others.