Parma and its Chamber of Commerce
Parma is located in Emilia Romagna, Italy, approximately 90 km northwest of Bologna, 110 km southeast of Milan (Lombardia)
The city of Parma has been a capital, although small, for centuries. This is still very evident in the fine look of the city itself, and in the quality of life of its inhabitants. The province of Parma is a dynamic and productive area, deservedly called “Food Valley”...
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The province of Parma is an area characterized by advanced development, high living standards of its residents, a good employment rate and a low unemployment rate. The entrepreneurial density is eleven companies every 100 residents.....
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About Parma Chamber of Commerce
Parma Chamber of Commerce, like all the Italian Chambers, is a public institution that carries out activities of common interest for the enterprises and their development within the local economy (the definition has been taken from the Italian law concerning the Chambers system – N.580/63).
The Chambers of Commerce are independent institutions, since each Chamber has its own statute and its own plans of action that it implements depending exclusively on its own resources.
The activities the Chamber of Commerce carries out are the following:
- Administrative activities: keeping track of the Business Register and other professional registers, or books, where the most important events in the life of an enterprise are recorded: Business Register and professional registers
- Promotional activities: supporting local enterprises and the development of the local economy: Promoting trade and business with foreign countries; Supporting local economy; Creating structures and infrastructures aimed at upgrading the territory.
- Monitoring activities, study and analysis of the local economy: providing for accurate information in order for the enterprises to have a better understanding of the social and economic local context: Information
- Market Regulation activities: promoting and increasing transparency, security and fairness of economic relations among enterprises and between enterprises and citizens: Market Regulation
The Italian Chambers of Commerce globally taken constitute the Chambers network. Thanks to this network structure, each Chamber of Commerce in Italy has access to information and data concerning any other national Chamber in real time.