Verona, a doorway to Italian Heritage

Verona, Italy is a city known for its rich cultural and historical heritage, with attractions such as the famous Romeo and Juliet balcony and the Arena, a well-preserved Roman amphitheater.

However, beyond its historical significance, Verona is also a thriving business hub in northern Italy, attracting both domestic and international companies.

One of the key factors contributing to Verona’s success as a business center is its location. The city is situated in Veneto region, which is home to several well-developed cities such as Venice and Vicenza; not to mention that Garda Lake lies in Verona’s district. In the meantime, it is a bit more then one hour drive from Milano and very well connected with Bozen, in Alto Adige, near the Austrian Border.

Additionally, Verona is well connected to the rest of Europe, with several airports and train stations providing easy transportation options. In fact, Verona is directly served by Deutsche Bahn.

Another major strength of Verona’s business community is its thriving small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) sector. SMEs account for a significant portion of Verona’s economy, and they are a key source of innovation and job creation. Many of these companies are involved in the production of high-quality goods and services, such as food and beverages, textiles, marble and leather products. This strong SME sector has helped to make Verona a hub for entrepreneurship and has attracted investment from larger companies looking to tap into the local business ecosystem.

In addition to its SMEs, Verona is also home to several large multinational corporations, particularly in the tech and manufacturing sectors. These companies have set up operations in the city due to its favorable business environment, which includes a highly educated workforce. The presence of these large corporations has helped to boost Verona’s economy and has created numerous job opportunities for locals.

As a remarkable fact, Verona hosts annually the Vinitaly Wine fair, which is the third largest Wine and Spirits fair worldwide.  It is the natural evolution since Verona area is a major Wine producer around the world. Household wines as Amarone, Valpolicella, Recioto, Soave and uncountable caves of antique history find their roots in Verona area.

Finally, Verona’s cultural heritage is another key factor that makes it an attractive destination for businesses. The city is known for its rich history and its well-preserved architecture, and this has helped to create a unique and attractive environment for companies looking to do business in Italy. Additionally, Verona’s reputation as a tourist destination has helped to create a vibrant service sector, which is important for the local economy and provides numerous opportunities for entrepreneurs.

In conclusion, Verona is a city with a rich cultural and historical heritage, and a thriving business community. Its location, well-developed SME sector, presence of multinational corporations, and attractive cultural environment have helped to make it a successful hub for business in northern Italy. The city continues to grow and evolve, and it is poised to continue its success well into the future.


Ubiquo & Parteners Associatatied Office provides

  • Professional services fiscal and accounting to both individual and corporate clients. The services include bookkeeping, tax preparation, payroll management, financial statement preparation, and compliance with local tax laws.
  • Professional assistance in corporate and family disputes
  • Assistance in Business, Commercial and M&A operation
  • Litigation & Dispute resolution
  • Insolvency