The third edition of the Cypriot Italian Business Forum will be held on December 15th in web modality with the main focus year on “Recovery Plan and Opportunities for Italian Companies Cyprus“. The event, organized in cooperation with the Cypriot Chamber of Commerce and Industry and under the auspices of the Embassy of Cyprus in Italy and the Embassy of Italy in Cyprus, will see the participation for an Address Speech of Her Excellency Natasa Pilides, Minister of Energy, Trade and Industry of the Republic of Cyprus.
The works, moderated by Federico Franchina, Vice President of the Italian-Cypriot Chamber of Commerce, will be introduced by Giuseppe Marino, President of the Italian-Cypriot Chamber of Commerce, whom will leave the floor to Marios Tsiakkis, Secretary General of the Cyprus Chamber of Commerce and Industry and Domenico Mauriello, Head of the New Projects and Internationalization of Unioncamere.
Afterwards the Ambassador of the Republic of Cyprus to Italy His Excellency Minas Hadjimichael and the Ambassador of Italy to Cyprus His Excellency Andrea Cavallari, both also Honorary Presidents of the Italian-Cypriot Chamber of Commerce, will respectively offer institutional greetings representing the two Countries.
Of particular value is the parterre which will see the presentations of Luca Dal Fabbro, General Manager of INSO SpA, Andreas M. Pentaliotis, Head of Operations and Projects Management of DEFA, Natural Gas Public Company of Cyprus, Giovanni Dolcetta, Head of Commercial Development & Business of the ICM Group, Chrysis Phiniotis, Senior Director of Technology & Informatics of CYTA, Mario Franchin, Senior Vice President Commercial Global Solution, SNAM SpA and Ioannis Tirkides, Economic Research Manager of Bank Of Cyprus.
The closing remarks will finally be entrusted to Constantinos Katsaros, Vice President of the Italian-Cypriot Chamber of Commerce.
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Last modified: February 1, 2022