FREE help to business owners in crisis

Thursday, January 31st, 2019
Paolo Ruggeri

Entrepreneurs set up an association to help others In order to transform difficulties into opportunities, helping those who have already taken the plunge is quite sufficient. Thus, an idea was brought to light between two successful managers such as the Roman Enrico Tosco and Bolognese Paolo Ruggeri. Their collaborative effort is to supply entrepreneurs suffering from a […]

Archbishop Zuppi rallies against “Free hand-outs”

Tuesday, January 29th, 2019
Antonio Patuelli_President-ABI

Religious leaders attend Conference of Christian Entrepreneurs. Archbishop Matteo Zuppi criticized the proposal for citizenship income. In his usual politeness, the archbishop made it clear that the social doctrine of the Catholic Church contemplates the dignity of man through fulfilment as a person and not through subsidies. “What today serves the man,” explains the prelate, […]

BABY STEPS FOR STUDYING ABROAD

Sunday, January 27th, 2019
Sammy on a walkabout

Sammy Farve gets to grips with the Bolognais By Caroline Hunt As groups of American students arrive in Bologna, Italy every few months for a chance to study abroad, this one is no different. Salvador (Sammy) Farve arrived in Bologna on January 12 from his home in Long Beach, Mississippi to continue his education with […]

Bolognina’s ‘Neighbourhood Museum’

Saturday, January 5th, 2019
Daniele Ara

Daniele Ara announces Italy’s first of a kind museum: “It will be public, free and open to the community.” The first in Italy Bolognina’s district President Ara is planning to open a local community-based museum in the Navile area. “We will call it ‘mtn’, which stands for Temporary Naval Museum (Temporary Navile Museum) and will […]