CASA ITALIA LIBIA
“We sow the seed and suppoort Today and Tomorrow Culture development at any level”
History binds Italy and Libya for ages and notwithstanding the recent tragic events we never interrupt our activity.
Casa Italia Libia conceptually started as cultural association, before becoming, more than 30 years ago thanks to the co-operation between Italian and Libyan friends and traders who have created, over the years, several "crossroads" opportunities, to facilitate Italian business, industrial and commercial cultures development in Libya and Africa, for many Italian and European companies providing providing, through its partners, legal, logistic and commercial support also at institutional level.
But the origins of this initiative follow the tradition of some associates family dated to 1919.
To sow the seed today in Libya could mean to harvest shortly opportunities that only a country that needs to be re-built can offer.
Any industrial or commercial sector in Libya is looking for partners to re-new and re-launch a country rich in natural and economical resources and Casa Italia Libia promotes and supports initiatives of cultural sharing and exchange, creating meeting opportunities for our associates and for Italian and European companies with local trusted interlocutors with whom we maintain friendship relations since decades.
Our local partners take care about any need from a visa relase to how to operate locally.
Within 2020 in addition to our Tripoli offices, one of our local partners offers in Saraj (Tripoli) the possibility to have dedicated spaces and permanent show rooms in our 3.000 m2 business center to facilitate to potential Libyan partners to select the best product or the best business partner.
The business center has a convention area of 1.000 m2 be available to all members, companies and local institutions.
Secretarial services, marketing and sales agents complete the list of opportunities that our partners offer to Italian and European companies that want to sow today to harvest great results tomorrow in the continent with the greatest potential to growth for the coming decades.