If they are to operate effectively on foreign markets, Italian firms must carefully assess the best form to be adopted, in order to comply in full with the legal framework both in Italy and abroad, while optimising cost structures and exploiting all the potential of peculiarities.

MGI Studio Pragma is able to identify the best form of organisation for the foreign country and assist the Italian client during its creation (branch, subsidiary or joint venture) and the subsequent management of operations in the country. This is achieved in partnership with the more than 260 firms in the MGI network, which covers 81 countries worldwide.

The Italian economy is receiving more and more attention from foreign investors, who see the prestige of Italian design and manufacturing and the company’s industrial and technological fabric as a major investment opportunity. Studio Pragma has built up many years’ experience in assisting foreign investors in due diligence, negotiations, planning, business incorporation, and the realisation and constant management of their investments.

International and transnational dynamics are constantly considered, to enable our foreign clients to achieve the best return on their Italian investments.

Francesca Guaitini

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