Thursday, 13 April 2017 13:49

UK market's opportunities for Italian professionals

Are you an Italian entrepreneur interested in expanding your business to the UK or a business consultant who wants to know more about the UK market’s opportunities?

Save the date for PRO.MEET 1st London Workshop about internationalization on May 5th 2017.

A unique opportunity to learn more about UK market, its tax system and legislation from international professionals, who will share their practical experience through facts and case studies.

The workshop is designed for an Italian audience and accredited by the ODCEC (Ordine dei Dottori Commercialisti e di Esperti Contabili) of Rome for the provision of 6 FPC credits.

Kelmer Group is involved not just as one of the main sponsors of the event, but also for its 20 years’ experience in Internationalization and its deep knowledge of the UK market.
Mr. Pietro Marini, Chartered Accountant at Kelmer Group’s London office, will be the spokesman of the company and will present an updated overview of the UK tax and legislation.

Much more than a formative workshop, the event will be an important networking occasion between experts in international business consulting and an opportunity to promote professional synergies for future projects.

For those who may be interested in joining us, PRO.MEET has organized a three-days trip,  from the 4th to the 6th of May. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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Attached you can find the agenda of the event, with the list of speeches and themes – all in Italian.

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