Yesterday, May 23rd, D’Andrea & Partners resumed our series of seminars “Invest in Italy: The New Italian Visa for Investors” in the Canton region of China, Guangzhou, the capital and most populous city in the southern province of Guangdong, at The Sofitel Guangzhou Sunrich.
The seminar was organized by Eastant Communication & Events, together with the Consulate General of Italy in Canton and the CICC as supporting partners.
Yesterday’s seminar had the honor to be opened by the greetings of the Consul General of Italy in Canton Ms. Laura Egoli, who wished to highlight the attractiveness of Italy as an investment destination to the attendees, closely followed by Italian Trade Commissioner ITA Canton Mr. Paolo Quattrocchi who echoed the esteemed Consul General’s ideals in further elaborating the cultural, economic and strategic benefits of Italy; the seminars greetings were then subsequently concluded by the President of China Italy Chamber of Commerce, Mr. Davide Cucino via video screen connected from Beijing.
The Deputy Consul General of Italy in Guangzhou Ms. Alice Rubini took to the stage to give a speech in order to provide useful information and to fully explain the new procedures in which to apply for the Italian visa for investors.
Following on from the Deputy Consul General, as with every stop on our seminar tour, Mr. Matteo Zhi, D’Andrea & Partners’ Legal Counsel attorney at law and DP Group Senior Partner, introduced the firm as well as one of the Practical Guides which the Law Firm has published in recent years, “Invest in Italy” to all in attendance at the Guangzhou event.
Lastly, another mainstay in all of our seminars across China, Mr. Arduino Agostinelli, PHC Advisory Tax & Accounting Deputy GM, shared the various taxes in Italy compared with China as well as the tax benefits of investing in Italy.
After the seminar finished, the guests enjoyed a coffee break and a period of networking, in the beautiful room at 4th floor of the Sofitel Guangzhou Sunrich.
DP Group thanks all of the top speakers, the public, the Consulate General of Italy in Canton and the CICC for the kind support and will keep you posted about the next stop of “Invest in Italy: the new Italian Visa for Investors”.