Summary and Info
Italy is the land of entrepreneurs and small businesses are the backbone of its economy. And because of the unwritten employment laws that dominate the job scene in Italy, setting up your own business can be an excellent alternative to finding employed work. In this book, experts Emma Bird and Mario Berri tell you what it takes to launch a start-up in Italy. Whether its running opera tours, becoming a wedding planner or establishing your own language school, "Starting a Business in Italy" is an essential resource. Packed with information on key figures and institutions, company structure, Italy's infamous red tape, paying taxes, setting up the office, networking, taking on staff, business etiquette, and much more, this is the only guide you'll ever need. If you want to start a business in Italy but are not quite sure how to go about it, where better to learn than from expatriate entrepreneurs already running their own businesses there? This nuts and bolts guide will help you every step of the way.
More About the Author
Emma Birdsall (born 21 January 1992) is an Australian singer-songwriter from Sydney, New South Wales. She was a participant in the first season of The Voice, and placed in the top 16. Since then she has signed with Island Records Australia under the Universal Music Group, with her debut album set to be released in 2016. Her debut single, titled "Lovers & Friends", was released 16 August 2013. Birdsall has a recurring role in Nine Network's drama Love Child, of which she also features on the soundtrack.
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