According to a press release published on Thursday by the Italian Embassy in Tehran, the webinar dubbed “The Iranian Market between Restrictions and Opportunities. The Instruments to support SMEs” was held in cooperation with the Italian-Iranian Chamber of Commerce in Rome.
The event, which hosted 130 Italian SMEs (small and medium size enterprises), provided participating companies with practical and updated information on the opportunities for joint cooperation and also highlighted various instruments made available to Italian companies by Italian and EU institutions to support their business with Iran.
In his greetings, the Italian Ambassador in Tehran Giuseppe Perrone said that the meeting was part of a series of initiatives organized by the Embassy to provide concrete support for bilateral trade relations.
On July 22, the Italian Embassy had organized a business forum on “Economic Relations between Italy and Iran in the current context: non-oil sectors, EMS’s role, EU support,” said the embassy press release.
The forum was held in cooperation with the European House Ambrosetti (A consulting firm founded by the European House in 1965) and the Tehran Chamber of Commerce. More than 800 entrepreneurs and professionals both from Italy and Iran took part in that event with hundreds of virtual B2B (business-to-business) meetings held.