Investing in Italy: a web conference explaining why and how to Middle-Eastern and Asian investors and patrons.

Edoardo Bonatti
7 dicembre 2018


Viterbo, December 6, 2018. In the morning, the fourth web conference in English Investing in Italy: the new entry visa and residence permit for investors and tax advantages was transmitted. The web conference aims at explaining to Asian, Middle-Eastern entrepreneurs, and art patrons the Italian visa program for non-European investors willing to invest in Italian start-ups and companies or to donate towards the preservation Italian cultural heritage. Just about a hundred entrepreneurs and professionals attended the event organized by Jusweb, as part of its Investor Visa Italy service. The web conference had the patronage of the Italian Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong and Macao, the Italian Industry and Commerce Office in the UAE, the China-Italy Chamber of Commerce, the Italian Chamber of Commerce in Singapore, the Italian Chamber of Commerce in Korea and the Italian Chamber of Commerce in Vietnam.

Reports, given by Raffaele Miele, director of Investor Visa Italy, and Giulia Proietti, Civil Law Notary in Rome, provided potential investors with all the elements needed to acquaint themselves with the requirements and procedures for obtaining the new entry visa. This time the second part of the web conference was dedicated to an in-depth explanation of the current rules regulating donations in Italy.

This is the fourth web conference, riding on the success of the previous one, aimed at American businesspersons and patrons and broadcasted at the beginning of October. The first web conference, for Russian entrepreneurs, took place in May and it was similarly successful, while the second one, in September, was aimed at the Turkish market. With its series of web conferences now well underway, Investor Visa Italy is planning more initiatives to reach out to the worldwide business communities.

The web conference’s full recording is already available.