The Italian-Finnish Chamber of Commerce is an independent, non-profit-making voluntary association dedicated to trade relations between Italy and Finland. Italchamber – Finland is a registered organization recognized by Finnish law, composed mainly of industrial groups, banks, law firms and transport companies, as well as many small and medium-sized enterprises. Italchamber was founded in 1962 and aims to promote commercial and industrial relations between Italy and Finland, supporting the economic interests of its members and constantly creating opportunities and synergies between the two countries. Italchamber – Finland provides support and assistance to Italian companies wishing to export their businesses to Finland and to Finnish companies interested in establishing cooperation with Italian companies and institutions; the organization acts as a point of reference for requests for information and as a center of visibility for companies, private organizations and public institutions. The Chamber is formally associated with Assocamerestero, a network of 81 chambers of commerce with global reach.
What are the services we offer?
We support the development and growth of economic exchanges between Italy and Finland, creating opportunities for meetings and dialogue between representatives of the economic and political interests of the two countries;
We offer assistance and support to Italian operators interested in knowledge and penetration of the Finnish market, as well as assistance for Finnish entrepreneurs interested in operating in Italy;
We provide consultancy services on all matters relating to commercial and economic exchange in the two markets (market analysis, search for business partners, sectoral studies, economic information);
We support and promote exchange projects with third-party markets;
We coordinate and make available to our members a network of qualified professionals able to meet any need for advice and information: lawyers, interpreters, tax experts, accountants, trainers, etc ..;
We offer conciliation and arbitration services for the out-of-court dispute resolution;
We promote and organize events, fairs, seminars, workshops, trips, training programs.
The Ospitalità Italiana brand is a certification promoted by the Chambers of Commerce to evaluate the quality accommodation and catering offer and Support and enhance the Italian Restaurants in the World in the promotion of the Italian food product and in compliance with the quality standards typical of Italian Hospitality and create a network that allows the realisation of events aimed at enhancing the territories of origin of typical products.
Last Thursday 1 February 2018 the first convention of the Italian-Finnish Chamber of Commerce is held in Milan entitled FINLAND: THE BEST DESTINATION FOR BUSINESS AND INVESTMENT.
The meeting, held at Investec Asset Management at Palazzo Toschi Corneliani in Corso Venezia 44 in Milan, launches a series of events promoted by the Chamber in support of its members, with a view to promoting trade, productive activities and investments between Italy and Finland.
Many present, both Italian and Finnish, representatives of institutions, businesses and professionals.
After the institutional welcome greetings of the Ambassador of Finland S.E. Janne Taalas and the introduction to the work of the lawyer Dario Alessi, Honorary Consul of Finland in Milan and President Italchamber Finland, Giovanni Maria Palladini, Councilor Italchamber Finland and chartered accountant presented the country with a view to business and investment and Italchamber Finland in the relationship with the Assocamerestero network.
Great interest has been generated by the business houses with the speeches of Stefano Bonfanti, President of CDA Celly S.p.A. – Esprinet Group: “Celly and the opening of the Celly Nordic branch” and of Fabrizio Francioso, CEO and Co-Founder, Tag-Go Oy: “Tag-Go Oy: the development of a entrepreneurial idea”. At the end of the conference Alessandro Cardia, Executive Manager Banca Generali presented “Banca Generali’s support for entrepreneurial activity”.
The convention promoted by the Italian-Finnish Chamber of Commerce and the Honorary Consulate of Finland in Italy and Lombardy, had as Partner Investec Asset Management and Banca Generali.