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Just thought I'd let you know that the first link in this list is dead. (Consultations: "Be your own Boss in Italy").


Emma Bird

Hi Rachel

Thanks for taking the time to point that out.

HowToItaly is getting a face lift in January so I'll sort out all the dead links then, introduce some new ones and clean up the site generally.

If it is something you were looking for, then our next course runs in April. Email me at [email protected] and I'll let you know the details.



The first link is still dead as Rachel noted earlier. Also, your info e/mail
doesn´t work either but leads to another page.

My situation may be a bit unique. I am an American citizen who also has a European passport, EU citizen, but I know next to nothing about the procedures for starting a business in Italy. If your book has the detailed procedures for a Sole Proprietor start/up, then it will be worth buying the book.

Emma Bird


The link should be working now. The info email is in the header and that returns to the main page. If you do email, you need to email direct at [email protected].

Your situation is actually one of the most common. The book does deal with the processes for a sole proprietor start up among the others.

Let me know if you want any other information.

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