Italy-Baltic Trading meeting in Port of Genoa with MSC Seaview biggest Italian ship ever
As always B2BALTIC is in love with Italy trade. This time “ITALY BALTIC TRADING CLUBS” meeting in Genova on 9-10th June has given the opportunity to cheer the new ship “Seaview” of the MSC Cruises group at the delivery day. So we decided to make a “live” TV for about 3 hours on Saturday thank the Italian team of B2BALTIC.TV. A beautiful day, with two members of the Nordic Baltic community who were invited at the big party organized by MSC. The “Seaview” is the biggest ship ever built in Italy in the famous Italian ship builder Fincantieri. Obviously MSC selected Genoa as city for the official delivery together with famous Italian and international guests. Our community TV made a connection “live” from Italy with reporting of the best tweets “on real time” on twitter for this event. A part of the “live” , which was on our premium TV, has been recorded for you and visible on YouTube. As always fascinating city Genoa, perfect for such events.
Recommended top location in Genova for your expos, conferences and meetings.
Our community could provide you with 750 m2 space in a noble in noble palace in the heart of Genova Old-Town, which offers a perfect location for the most trendy conferences, business meetings, corporate events and luxury expos. It has been chosen by prestigious entities such as Rotary club. It provides the business guests with all comfort, assistance, visit of local museums (also under our management), catering for every kind of event. Reserve your space in Genova on time contacting B2BALTIC Help Desk on chat (the team answers usually within a few hours if not immediately).
Why Genova for B2B and events in general?
Genova is the capital of Liguria and the sixth largest city in Italy with 1.5 million people living in the Genoan Metropolitan Area. Genoa is one of Europe’s largest cities on the Mediterranean Sea and the largest seaport in Italy. Due to its glorious past and impressive landmarks, part of the old town was inscribed on the World Heritage List (UNESCO) in 2006. Here below the QR-code to register the e-mail to receive invitations to next B2B meetings.
Personalities and leading companies.
European Capital of Culture in 2004 and birthplace of the explorer Christopher Columbus and the worldwide known musician Niccolò Paganini. Since always city of Banks: The Credito Italiano was founded in Genoa (or in Italian language called Genova) in 1870 and is the predecessor of Unicredit Group and the bank of Saint George, founded in 1407, is among the oldest in the world. Leading Italian companies are based in the city, including Selex ES, Ansaldo, Garrone in the oil market, Piaggio Aerospace and Costa Cruise. 4 Vatican Popes had birthplace in Genoa. Thousands of international businesses and industrial groups trust the Port of Genoa for logistics, and this bring to Genoa some of the biggest ships in the world. Top operators of the worldwide cruises industry also love Genoa for starts and delivery of new ships, the MSC group.
Genova forms the southern corner of the Milan-Turin-Genoa industrial triangle of north-west Italy, is one of the country’s major economic centers. The city has hosted massive shipyards and steelworks since the 19th century, and its solid financial sector dates back to the Middle Ages. The Genoa metropolitan area have a GDP amounting to $30 billion.
Regional Natural Beauty.
Genova is the capital city of the Region Liguria, the Perl of the high Mediterranean sea zone. A few km far from the top worldwide famous tourist summer location Cinqueterre, Portofino, Sanremo, the two Riviera. Two main airports are available: Genova (inside the city) and Milan (about 160 Km far).
Transports, Connection, International relations.
376 km motorways/highways. The main motorway is located along the coastline, connecting the main ports of Nice (in France), Savona, Genoa and La Spezia. On average, about 17 million tonnes of cargo are shipped from the main ports of the region and about 57 million tonnes enter the region. The Port of Genoa, with a trade volume of 58.6 million tonnes is the first port of Italy. Genova has bilateral agreements with over 24 sister international cities. A reason more to do business here and choose Genova as location in Italy.