MIAMI - The Italian Trade Commission has opened its sixth U.S. office in Miami, which will focus on the recreational boating industry, among other businesses, the group suggested in a recent statement.
The Italian Trade Commission is the government agency entrusted with promoting trade, business opportunities and industrial cooperation between Italian and foreign companies.
The Miami office, located within the premises of the Italian General Consulate, has competence over the states of Florida, Mississippi, Alabama as well as Portorico, the U.S. and British Virgin Islands, Jamaica, Cayman Islands and the Bahamas.
In addition to assisting Italian companies, it's available to provide information and support to U.S. companies seeking Italian business partners and opportunities in the following sectors: Shipbuilding, Cruising and Recreational Boating; Sporting and Fitness Equipment, including Recreational Firearms; Contracting for Hotels and Cruise Lines; and Playgrounds and Amusement Park Equipments.
It also will develop and implements marketing activities in the U.S. for the promotion of Italian products and services.
The Italian Trade Commission in Miami is headed by Carlo Ferrari, who previously served as Deputy Trade Commissioner in New York.
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