|ICCIAUS - JANUARY NEWSLETTER CONTENT|
- Upcoming events
- Economic Update
- Sponsors News
- Members News
- ICCIAUS New Members
|ICCIAUS upcoming events & new website|
ICCIAUS will welcome you for a year full of new projects starting with:
- Infrastructure and Energy Forum
- True Italian Tastes masterclasses
- Business Luncheons
- International Women's day breakfast
and much more!
Keep updated and stay tuned!
|Ready to achieve new heights in 2021?|
- Futurise Your Business,
- Digital Trends for SMEs
- How to Nail your Digital Strategy for Small and Medium Business
- 5 Innovation Secrets for Small and Medium Enterprises (SME)
Dates: Feb 11th & 18th, Mar 11th & 25th.
For more details about the upcoming webinars, read more here
|IULM University Flow Masterclasses|
This January IULM university offered a masterclass on tourism in the Bel Paese. The webinar "Creative tourism and Made in Italy: new opportunities for destinations and the travel industry" belongs to a series of events that the Italian university organised in the Hospitality and Tourism Management industry.
Nowadays, the tourism sector generates 319 million jobs and is characterised by constant growth. Despite this aspect, it is difficult for companies, especially in Italy, to find new skilled professionals which are key for their development. IULM, thanks to a close collaboration with leading tourism companies and institutions, has been constantly updating its educational offer to fill this gap and meet the market needs.
Do not miss the opportunity to discover more about what Italy can offer and the chances given by IULM Master’s Degrees in Hospitality and Tourism Management.
|Young Scholars Paper Award: EU Trade Policy|
The Jean Monnet Network Trade & Investment in Services Associates (TIISA) brings together leading academics and key institutions in domestic regulation and global governance of international services trade and investment flows to form a cross economy consortium of academics across Europe, Australia and Asia. TIISA is offering €10 000 in prizes for academic papers on the topic of international trade and investment, with relevance to economic integration in services, including the EU.
Deadline for submission in 26 February.
|Tuscan Temptation by Nafisa|
ICCIAUS member Nafisa has the pleasure of having you experience a taste of Italy on Wednesday Feb 10th at The Fenwick. Here the artist (winner of the Florence Biennale Gold Medal and the Archibald Packers Prize) will share her stories of the making of “Tuscan Temptations” while her guests sip on Italian wines and savour the finest Italian cuisine created by the Fenwick Chefs.
Attending guests will have the opportunity to secure one of a very limited edition (of 100) of her journal of 90 artworks created in Tuscany one the evening.
Where: The Fenwick (East Balmain Wharf)
When: 10th Feb, 2021 at 7 pm - 9.30 pm
Event on invitation
|South Australia to launch own satellite into space|
South Australia is set to become the first Australian state to launch a satellite into space, with the government and private sector investing $6.5 million into the project. The small communications and data collection unit is expected to improve services like emergency management, environment and water quality monitoring as well as helping to reduce bushfire impact. Premier Steven Marshall made the announcement today, saying the initiative will boost SA's space economy and establish them as Australia's "space state".
|Widespread international travel unlikely for Australians in 2021|
Australia could be in for another year of international border closures and minimal overseas travel, despite plans to complete nation-wide vaccinations by October. Health Department chief and former Chief Medical Officer Professor Brendan Murphy, who drove Australia's response to the coronavirus for much for 2020, has painted a pessimistic outlook for the year ahead.
|ICCIAUS Weekly Economic Update - by Intesa Sanpaolo|
In light of German data for 2020, published on Thursday, it seems likely that Eurozone GDP
contracted by around 2% in the year. The extension of the restrictive measures implies a worsening of growth forecasts in the opening quarter of the year, which risk being flat, and an improvement of estimates for 2Q.
#LuxotticaForArt: the works of the Pinacoteca Ambrosiana on Luxottica screens in Milan.
Art is one of the Italian excellences of the world. Luxottica, as a company that embodies the excellence of "Made in Italy" eyewear internationally, has always carried out initiatives to promote and protect cultural heritage as part of its sustainability vision. For this reason, the Group is announcing an innovative project launch focused on the enhancement of art in Milan.
Excellence in Design: Smeg conquers the Good Design Award 2020 In a complex year like the one that has just ended, the Chicago Atheneum honors SMEG and nine of its new products with the prestigious Good Design Award, in recognition of the company's success in combining the beauty and excellence of Made in Italy design with the innovation and the tradition of a know-how built in over seventy years of history in the sector.
Diafos Plus, Abet’s excellence rewarded with the Compasso d’Oro returns
The first translucent laminate re-proposed in a contemporary key by the design curators Iacchetti and Ragni. Innovation, research, heritage: these are the ingredients behind the new Abet Laminati design and architecture material. Diafos Plus starts from afar and arrives on the market with a new and contemporary face.
Aruba and Leonardo working in partnership to provide high performance Cloud with cyber security services, delivered via a reliable Italian supply chain
Aruba S.p.A., the largest Italian Cloud provider and the leading company in Italy for data center, web hosting, email, certified email (PEC) and domain registration services, and Leonardo, a world leader in the Aerospace, Defence and Security sector, announce a partnership dedicated to marketing secure Cloud solutions, aimed at the Italian and European markets.
Corso Brio awarded with its first Chef's Hat
The exceptional gastronomic experience offered by the Bel&Brio family has just been awarded with the Chef's Hat. The fine dining restaurant Corso Brio located in Barangaroo, received the prestigious title by the Australian Good Food Guide. The tendency to excellence combined with a refined choice of organic and seasonally fresh food did not go unnoticed.
Vizio, the best Italian restaurant in Australia awarded by The Fork
The Fork has launched the '2020 Dished Up' initiative. A ranking drawn up taking into consideration the 100 best restaurants down under which have received the highest number of bookings and positive reviews given by consumers.
Vizio Caffè e Cucina restaurant in Woolloomooloo, owned by Matia Zoffoli and Alessandro Fuscaldo, won first place in 2020.
ICCIAUS would like to welcome our newest Business Members:
Bottega 1900 is specialized in single varieties of Sicilian Ancient grains and Extra Virgin Olive Oils. They have seen a lot of similarities between olives and grapes so decided to make an extra virgin olive oil list along the lines of a wine list, listing oils from Veneto to Sicily. They enhance the EVOO monocultivar (made from a single variety), maximum expression of their territory. As for the ancient grains, they decided to bring into Australia the unique flavors and fragrances of Timilia, Margherito and Perciasacchi. These varieties were close to extinction, but some brave farmers have decided to revive the tradition of grains in Sicily, once called the granary of Rome, so of the known world…
Bottega 1900 tradizione e passione per sapori antichi.
Giro Migration was founded by Giuseppe Romano in 2019 after being employed in the migration field since 2013.
It specialises in the main areas of the Australian migration with a particular focus on employer sponsored visas (TSS 482, ENS 186, 494) , family visas, skills assessments, AAT reviews and citizenship applications. Based in Sydney CBD.
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