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There are only a few places left for the Principality’s famous networking evening on Thursday, July 5: Business Time, organised by Monaco’s Junior Chamber of Commerce.
The venue is the Riva Tunnel on Port Hercule to meet three experts from a sector of excellence in Monaco who will discuss “the place of yachting in Monaco.”
Riva, an iconic builder of boats since 1842, has always linked the crafts of art and design. By building the mythical Aquarama in the sixties and thanks to his perfectionist and meticulous work, Carlo Riva – raised the brand that bears his name to the highest level and thus create a real Riva Myth. His daughter, Mrs Lia Riva, continues her masterpiece in Monaco and the Junior Chamber said it is honoured to be here to present the Tunnel that bears her name and whose history is closely linked to that of Monaco.
Partner to Gordon Blair, Edouard Mousny is also vice-chairman of the Cluster Yachting Club of Monaco. In particular, he works to simplify the current regulations, which can curb some shipowners.
General Manager of the Monaco Yacht Show, Gaëlle Tallarida is constantly striving for excellence to develop what has become the world’s largest superyacht show. Listening attentively to a demanding market, an international promotion targeting private customers is the basis of the strategy orchestrated by Gaëlle Tallarida with her organising team. The Monaco Yacht Show is one of the top two flagship events of the Principality in terms of economic attractiveness.
The evening starts at 18:30. The three experts will speak from 19:00 until 19:30 and a cocktail with finger food follows until about 22:00. The cost is 25 euros for an advance ticket or 30 euros on the night.
To book, contact Emmanuelle Ragazzi-Lavarello, email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Phone: +33 64 12 30 40
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