Italian job is council's business

IPSWICH City Council has become the newest member of the Italian Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Queensland (ICCI Queensland).

Mayor Paul Pisasale said the council was pleased to be able to join forces.

"The chamber is keen to assist with the development of economic and cultural relationship between Australia and Italy through researching commercial opportunities for Italian companies willing to start or increase their business in the Australian market and vice versa," Cr Pisasale said.

ICCI Queensland works alongside 73 other Italian Chambers of Commerce in almost every country.

"This will offer Ipswich City Council the ability to market the Ipswich region internationally and we look forward to working with the ICCI Queensland members to promote the city," Cr Pisasale said.



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