This ancient city is hosting a Kuwaiti exhibition that sheds light on the Gulf country's tourist and cultural landmarks and provides a platform for interaction with Italian entrepreneurs exploring business opportunities in the region.
The exhibition, themed, "Don't wait .. discover Kuwait," got underway late on Tuesday after inauguration by Kuwait's Information Undersecretary Sheikh Salman Al-Homoud Al-Sabah and the Mayor of Milano, Giuliano Pisapia.
Hussein Ismail, the Board Chairman of Kuwait Petroleum International, the main sponsor of the event, said in a statement to KUNA on Tuesday that the exhibition constituted "an open invitation" for interaction between Kuwaiti and Italian entrepreneurs.
Kuwait is famous of openness, warm hospitality for tourists, has abundant investments aboard, particularly in Italy and Europe, where the KPI trademark, Q8, is well known, Ismail said.
Moreover, the Gulf country has a solid infrastructure with multiple opportunities for foreign external investments.
European and Italian authorities seeking to launch businesses in Kuwait can depend on the Kuwaiti labor force "an an added value," Ismail said.
Many young Kuwaitis had worked in the national petroleum agencies abroad, accumulating substantial experience.
Alessandro Giloti, the head of the Kuwait Petroleum Italy, said the trademark, Q8, depicted the Kuwaiti genuinity and modernization, as a result of the innovative services it provides, with emphasis on the needs of the clients and the high sense of responsibility.
He described the exhibition an "an echo of the Kuwaiti modernization," praised the choice of Milano as the venue of the activity, as a renowned hub for European-level cultural and economic interaction.