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America’s Cup and Venice: cup racing meets tradition meets glamour
From May 12 to 20 Venice hosted the America's Cup, the oldest sailing competition in the world and one of the most spectacular. In the extraordinary setting of the Arsenale, amid old marine workshops and historic dockyards, the most important international sailing teams exhibited their pioneering sails and hulls built in accordance with the most advanced technologies.
Crossing of civilizations
From April 18th - 21st, 2012, Venice will host the fifth edition of Crossroads of Civilizations - International Literature Festival, the literary event sponsored by the City of Venice, the Venice Department of Cultural Affairs and Ca'Foscari University Venice.
NOW 2012 - North-East Opportunity Workshop
Wonderware Italia, brand della divisione Invensys Operations Management , invita le aziende del Nord-Est per condividere i successi di alcune realtà manifatturiere del territorio attraverso un workshop che si terrà presso Villa Foscarini Rossi, venerdì 23 marzo 2012.
Function, Stability, and Beauty: Engineering as a work of art
NET Engineering International SpA, one of the leading groups in the field of civil engineering and infrastructure, is organizing an exclusive event in Venice to celebrate the 40 years of activity of its subsidiary NET Engineering SpA.
Pixartprinting goes social
In the beautiful setting of the Sadler restaurant in Milan, the management of Pixartprinting met the press to present the new social strategy of the company, with the official inauguration of the page Pixartprinting.it on Facebook.
10th International Conference On Credit Risk Evaluation
The objective of the Conference is to bring together academics, practitioners and PhD students working in the area of risk management. The conference will provide an opportunity for participants engaged in research at the forefront of this area to discuss both the causes and implications of recent events in financial markets and may, in turn, suggest fruitful directions for future research.
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