ITA – Italian Trade Agency is the government agency officially tasked with supporting the international business development of Italian companies and promoting the attraction of foreign investment to Italy.
Together with Confindustria Marmomacchine (https://www.assomarmomacchine.com), which represents more than 350 member companies, including many of Italy's industry leaders, we are dedicated to supporting and promoting this world-renowned, point-of-pride of Italian Industry.
At Coverings 2022, ITA and Marmomacchine are hosting eighteen (18) leading Italian suppliers of equipment, technologies and expertise in stone processing. Come visit the Italia pavilion and see how you and your company can achieve more by partnering with Italy.
The Italian stone cutting machinery industry is not only well-known in Europe, but around the world. With a global market share of nearly 30%, Italy is undeniably a world leader in packaging machinery and a hub for innovation. Therefore, incorporating Italian excellence into your business can be key to driving your success globally.
That is why we are dedicated to supporting and promoting this world-renowned, point-of-pride of Italian industry, so let us help you get there.
With a motivated and modern organization of offices in 70 countries around the world, ITA provides information, assistance, consulting, and training to Italian small and medium-sized businesses in addition to using the most modern multi-channel promotion and communication tools to assert the excellence of ‘Made in Italy’ globally.
ITA can support you as you seek to enter or expand in the US market, offering professional assistance in identifying potential business partners, provide tailored market information gathering, and offer sponsorship opportunities for trade shows and transatlantic business delegations. Additionally, as a preferred partner we are here to share our expert knowledge on the US and Italian market to provide you and your company with the base knowledge required to decide how to best expand across the Atlantic.