IACC Launches USA-Italy Food Incubator Project

On January, IACC President Alberto Milani, IACC Executive Director Federico Tozzi and members Giuseppe Brusa (Giuseppe Brusa CPA LLC) and Giuliano Iannaccone (Tarter Krinsky & Drogin LLP) traveled to Treviso to present the IACC’s new USA-Italy Food Incubator project.

The IACC’s innovative incubator program provides support and assistance to start-up food companies entering the U.S. market by introducing them to investors and strategic partners, giving them access to guidance from experienced consultants, and offering co-working spaces in New York and Connecticut.

Founded in New York in 1887, the Italy-America Chamber of Commerce (IACC) is a private, not-for-profit, membership organization that represents the interests of companies that have, or that are interested in establishing business and commercial relations between the United States and Italy. We bring together businesses – ranging from individual entrepreneurs to large corporations – and advance the interests of our members through contacts and interaction with government agencies, trade associations and leading international organizations. The IACC is a member of Assocamerestero, the world association of Italian bi-national chambers, and is affiliated with the United States Chamber of Commerce and the European-American Chamber of Commerce.

We actively partner with our member companies to help grow their businesses and build their brands, leveraging our vast global network to gain valuable, targeted exposure for members’ products and services. Through our educational programming and networking events, the IACC provides members with privileged access to industry-specific insights and expertise, and creates opportunities for high-level networking among potential business partners.

The offices of the Italy-America Chamber of Commerce are located at 11 E. 44th street, nearby Grand Central, right in the heart of Midtown Manhattan’s thriving business district.