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  • The 125th anniversary of the Italy-America Chamber of Commerce was celebrated in Rome at Palazzo Farnesina. A delegation led by the Chamber's president Claudio Bozzo met with Minister for Foreign Affairs Giulio Terzi di Sant’Agata. He underscored three main points of focus: enhancing interest in the Italian language and culture; expanding business and entrepreneurship; and supporting development and investments.
  • This year, the annual Spring Luncheon of the Italy-America Chamber of Commerce marks the beginning of the celebrations of its 125th year. The Business & Culture Award was given to Carlo Barel, Chairman for the Board of Directors of Cushman & Wakefield, Inc. “We wanted this award to be a message. He is the right person,” Claudio Bozzo, president of the Chamber of Commerce in New York said.
  • The first career fair for Italian majors was just held at NYU's Wasserman Center for Career Development. The event was organized by Salvatore Peter Ambrosino, major in Italian Studies, with the collaboration of Casa Italiana's Director Stefano Albertini, of Claudio Bozzo of the Italy America Chamber of Commerce and of Trudy Steinfeld of the Wasserman Center.
  • A “friendship” gala for the 123rd anniversary of the oldest chamber of commerce in the U.S. Since 1887 it has been a fundamental presence in the Italy-America business world. This year’s Business and Cultural Award was given to RAI Corporation with Director Massimo Magliaro accepting it on RAI’s behalf.
  • Ilica in its 7th year of activity. On November 9, 2010, they will celebrate the painter, Maestro Alessandro Marrone from Arezzo. Illustrious guests on the evening of November 10 are: the talent of Cristiana Pegoraro, the vision of Anthony J. Tamburri, and the innovation of the Italy America Chamber of Commerce with Claudio Bozzo. You will read all of their opinions in the next few days within i-Italy. Below you will find the first interview with Anthony J. Tamburri, Dean @ John D. Calandra
  • June 2. Consul General Talò and other institutional representatives joined over 1000 guests at Cipriani Wall Street driving a "Montante", a 100% Italian bicycle. "Bike to the future", this year's moto for the Italian National Day, was dedicated to ecologically sustainable transportation and to the new generation of Italian immigrants, graduates and highly specialized young men and women who form a bridge between the US and Italy and contribute to the growth of both countries. Read more about these memorable celebrations on the eve of the 150th Anniversary of the Unification of Italy
  • On May 13 the Andaz Hotel in the Financial District hosted the presentation of "Impresa Milano - Innovation and Passion"during which Mayor Letizia Moratti stressed the cultural, social, and economic aspects of the city and introduced several reforms and changes she is will enact during her mandate to the audience During the conference , Tomaso Veneroso, the President and Treasurer of CIIM New York (Confederation of Italian Entrepreneurs Worldwide), was decorated knight of the Republic of Italy by the Consul General Francesco Maria Talò

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