Intervista a New York con il Prof. Michele Geraci, Sottosegretario allo sviluppo economico del Governo attuale. Il lavoro da portare avanti nel processi di internazionalizzazione e comunicazione del Sistema Paese. La necessità di strutture e strumenti di 'nation branding' con una strategia condivisa di comunicazione e promozione
Intervista al professor Stefano Albertini, direttore della Casa Italiana della New York University. Un intero semestre pieno di iniziative legate al neorealismo con mostre presso la Grey Art Gallery della New York University e la Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimò. E poi tanti altri appuntamenti da non perdere al 24 West 12th Street di Manhattan
THE REGION ACCORDING TO ONE OF ITS MAJOR ENTREPRENEURS: Enrico Colavita. A life devoted to entrepreneur-ship and internationalization. His is an exemplary story. From a family business in a small village in Molise he embarked on a great adventure that would bring olive oil to the world, the United States in particular. Today, Colavita is not only in the olive oil business; it has put its international practice to the service of both region and country.
Last summer, doing our annual browsing at the packed Italian Pavilion at the Summer Fancy Food Show in New York, we met Maria Teresa Sassano, a businesswoman from Puglia and National Vice President of the Small Industry Committee of Confindustria, the largest industrial organization in Italy (see box to the right). We hung back to talk with her about women’s roles in Italian industry and her personal efforts to promote the internationalization of small and medium-sized Italian companies.
Patrizia Di Carrobio, signing books at Banner in Milano
We sat down with Patrizia Di Carrobio, an international dealer in jewels, diamonds and precious stones, to talk about her latest book—in both English and Italian—in which she shares with readers her passion for jewels with anecdotes and stories from her own life.