Italian-German Chamber of Commerce


: Nov 13, 2017


Looking for Partnership
About Me

Italian Chamber of Commerce/ Italienische Handelskammer München-Stuttgart is a German no-profit association of industrial and commercial enterprises, professionals and traders who wish to work actively to develop economic relationships in Europe, especially between Italy and Germany.

Active for more than 90 years on the territory, ITALCAM is also officially recognized by the Italian Government, as a strategic actor for the support in bilateral cooperation and for the assistance to entrepreneurs in their associate.

The Chamber promotes and supports the different phases of the internationalization process, providing commercial assistance of German and Italian enterprises through its large international networks. The aim is to develop initiatives in order to implement a different kind of project that has the scope to share experiences and best practice between Italian and German enterprises, local and public authorities.

Fields:

  • Sustainable business development;
  • Tourism and culture;
  • Traditional Agrifood products;
  • Craft products and manufacturing activities;
  • Logistic and Transport;
  • Mechanics and Machninery

Moreover, the Chamber develops services and projects focused on SMEs support, as main contractor or as a partner, acting as facilitator for the market uptake of new businesses as well as promoter of already well-established economic relations between Italy and Germany and in general enhancing the culture of entrepreneurship.

Furthermore, in order to optimize the information and assistance services to companies, the Chamber perform information functions, market and partners research, business consulting, import-export services, documentation, B2B meetings, marketing, communication, legal service and events organization.

It is fundamental for the Chamber to increase the capacity and effective internationalization of SMEs. Internationalization has become the condition for SMEs to survive in a greatly competitive environment. The role of Chamber is to facilitate the exchange of knowledge and the dissemination of good internationalization programs that are currently put into practice by different European nations.

Keywords and matching areas:

 Agrifood
 Clusters
 Enterprise and Industry
 Entrepreneurship and SMEs
 Innovation
 Low-Carbon Economy
 Education and Training
 Erasmus+
 COSME
 INTERREG

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