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(VELINO) Roma, 30 Jun - Catania, in Sicily, will host the nextstop of the roadshow for the internationalisation of Italy'scorporate system. The event will take place at 9:45 a.m. onJuly 2 and will comprise a plenary session with eminent guestsfrom Italy's institutions and financial world, including LindaVancheri, Sicilian Regional Councillor for ProductiveActivities; Carlo Calenda, the Deputy Minister for EconomicDevelopment; Ambassador Michele Valensise, the SecretaryGeneral of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and Roberto Rizzo,Acting Commissioner of Catania's Chamber of Commerce. After the opening statements, the agenda will continue with atechnical session, introduced and moderated by Vincenzo DeLuca, Central Director for the Internationalisation of Italy'sCorporate System at the Foreign Ministry. The session willinclude contributions by Riccardo Monti, president of theItalian Trade Agency (ICE); Fabrizio Ferrari, the person incharge of the islands for SACE, the Italian export creditagency, and Massimo D'Aiuto, CEO of Simest. The session willclose with the presentation of success stories and B2B meetingswith ICE experts so as to outline individualinternationalisation strategies as well as with experts fromthe companies participating in the roadshow. The initiativesees for the first time all the Corporate System companies,both public and private, promoting together a medium-term jointaction throughout the national territory. More specifically,public institutions, private business organisations, and majorfinancial players will debate the issue of internationalisationwith the firms. Over the 2015-2016 two-year period, theroadshow will be staged in Genoa, Cagliari, Monza, Catania,L'Aquila, Cosenza, Bergamo, Potenza, Vicenza, Pisa, ReggioCalabria, Novara, Forli', Cremona, Como and Campobasso. Eachevent will open with the plenary session, which will includethe contribution of experts on internationalization who willillustrate opportunities and instruments needed to accessforeign market outlets. Participating companies will follow apre-established schedule to meet with the sector's specialistsin order to develop ad hoc plans for each company. vel.