Canadian Chamber in Italy


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The Canadian Chamber in Italy in collaboration with Rome Business School invites you to the panel presentation “Innovation from farm to table” an opportunity to open the conversation about the the new technologies regarding the food system and the innovative approach private and public sector are taking to ensure a sustainable access to food.

June 20, from 10:00 to 11:30 am at Rome Business School (Via degli Scialoja 18). RSVP online here.


Building meaningful connections to increase growth

The Canadian Chamber in Italy is a voluntary, independent, non-profit association based in Rome, that facilitates connections between Canadian and Italian leaders and innovators creating new business and networking opportunities.


Areas of Interest


This sector is more than just a single industry; it is a powerful mechanism for pulling through technologies, which in turn feed other industries, this includes the development and production of aircraft, satellites, rockets and their component parts.

green economy

Link the economic, environmental and social considerations of sustainable development in such a manner that long-term economic development is achieved by investing in environmentally friendly and socially equitable solutions.


Globally, this sector is responsible for feeding the planet and hiring well over 40% of it. Currently finding an increasing number of demands and constraints being placed on it, making the need for agrifood tech and innovation ever more important. 

innovation & startups

Markets are being disrupted, directly and indirectly, by technology, global competition and changing consumer sentiment. In a globally connected economy, successful companies use innovation to improve customer behavior.

education & RESEARCH

Education raises people’s productivity and creativity, promoting entrepreneurship and technological advances. In addition, it plays a very crucial role in securing economic and social progress an improving income distribution.


Information and communication technologies have been at the heart of economic changes for more than a decade. ICT sector plays an important role, notably by contributing to rapid technological progress and productivity growth.


Anticipating problems and figuring out how to solve them is actually the opposite of worrying: it’s productive.
— Col. Chris Austin Hadfield (Canadian Astronaut)


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