ITA - Italian Trade Agency is the Governmental agency that supports the business development of our companies abroad and promotes the attraction of foreign investment in Italy. With a motivated and modern organization and a widespread network of overseas offices, ITA provides information, assistance, consulting, promotion and training to Italian small and medium-sized businesses. Using the most modern multi-channel promotion and communication tools, it acts to assert the excellence of Made in Italy in the world. The ITA (ICE) is present throughout the world with 79 offices in 65 countries. The U.S. has five offices: New York, Chicago, Miami, Los Angeles and Houston.

 

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Federvini was founded in 1917 and it is one of the few National Organization in Europe which represents the whole alcoholic drinks sector - excluding beer - as well as vinegar, syrups and grape juices: all products deeply linked to agriculture sector and deeply connected to our culture and territorial context. It represents prestigious brands with a relevant role in the Italian economy and in export too. It is a member of Confindustria, Industries General Confederation, and it is a founding member of Federalimentare, the Federation of Italian Trade Associations in the Food and Drinks sector; it is part of the European Associations for wines (Comité vins), spirits ( Spirits Europe) and vinegar (Culinaria Europe) and it is also founding member of the International Federation of Wines and Spirits (F.I.V.S.). Federvini main scopes are to defend and support the interests of its Associate members, with respect to all relevant Institutions both National and at European Union and international levels. Federvini is engaged within European institutions for a regular monitoring over the preparation of EU legislative or regulatory acts in order to obtain the best possible protection of associate members and their products. A matter of relevant importance in this framework is the international protection of geographical indications and traditional names.

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