2020-10-08T16:45:45+00:002 April 2020|linkedin|

We strongly believe that it is about time that we turn our attention to those issues related to the “real economy”. Indeed, it is more important than ever to gather all the information that may seem inconsequential, but that may in fact contain positive signals for the recovery of Italy’s businesses and the protection of Made in Italy products. According to the new COVID-19 directives issued by the Italian government, the date for submitting applications to obtain concessions and incentives provided for by the Marchi+3 initiative has been postponed to May 6, 2020. This initiative is a subsidy program to support micro, small and medium-sized enterprises in identifying, defining, creating and protecting their brand on foreign markets.

To find out all details and requirements to obtain the incentives go to