ICCIA choose M1 as the content creators for their Business Gala

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The Italian Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Australia was established in 1922 with the objective to promote trade and commerce between Italy and New South Wales and, more widely within Australia.
TheICC has helped a countless amount of companies in both Italy and Australia become successful in their business ventures, as well as fostering a range of trade developments, and has helped relations between our two great countries grow.
The Chamber in Sydney is the oldest and largest Italian Chamber of Commerce in Australia. There are 79 Italian Chambers around the world, operating in 54 countries which, creates a network of over 25,000 members, a global turnover of 75 million dollars and over 2,500 employees.
Located in the heart of Sydney, the Italian Chamber is at the forefront of business both in Australia and in Italy. We offer a wide range of services to members and non-members and assist in trade and investments in both directions, which can be personalised to suit your needs.
Recently the chamber hosted their 40th Business Awards Gala at Doltone House at the Australian Technology Park. The chambers chose M1 Productions as the content creators for the night hiring 2x Photographers and a Videographer.
A sample of the photos can be found here.
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