Networking Event con Italians in DC

Apr 09, 2015 1013

Italians in DC has the pleasure to invite you to the next Business and Professional Networking event, which will focus on retail.

When: Thursday, April 16th from 6:30pm - 8:30pm
Where: Arte Modus -1054 31st Street, NW Suite #009 - Ground Floor
Washington, DC 20007
Price: $10 for Italians in DC members; $20 for non-members

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Enjoying wine, beer and horderves you will hear top executives from Lamborghini, Autogril/HMSHost and Beretta. A Lamborghini will be parked in front of the event location for this special occasion. The catering is provided and sponsored by HMSHost/Autogrill, so expect some special dishes designed by their executive chef.


6:30pm: Registration & Networking
7:00pm: Ryan Muety - VP Sales & Marketing at Beretta USA
7:15pm: Silvano Delnegro - COO at HMSHost/Autogrill
7:30pm: Alessandro Farmeschi - CEO at Automobili Lamborghini America
7:45pm: Q&A and closing remarks
8:00pm: Networking
The networking event will focus on retail, but it is mainly a way for Italian professionals operating in the Washington, DC area to connect and potentially find synergies while learning something new through direct experiences of others.

The speakers will be presenting their companies and will try to answer the following questions: Through the experience of the internationalization of Lamborghini, Autogrill and Beretta, which are the present and future economic challenges within the retail sector for a company that wants to compete at a global level? What are the synergies between retail brands and financial institutions facing such challenges and overcoming the barriers to business growth? What is your role in supporting a sustainable future?

Limited ticket availability. We recommend that tickets should be purchased in advance.

Questions? Please contact Claudio Bazzichelli

To become an Italians in DC member click here.

Italians in DC is devoted to educating the Washington, DC metropolitan area community about about contemporary Italy. We believe that the best way to do so is through Italians who live here. We offer cultural and social programs that aim at increasing understanding of contemporary Italy, while helping Italians who live here better integrate. We also devote part of our resources to charitable activities and the promotion of science.

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