Italians associate

AN ITALIAN-Australian businesswomen’s association is being set up in WA.

Culture Shock director Annalisa Trapani said the association was aimed at women working in WA who had some Italian cultural interest.

“They may be Italian, married to Italians or their business may have involvement with Italy,” Ms Trapani said.

“We intend to build networks with similar organisations overseas.

“We find women who share a double culture find it hard to fit into both.”

The association is still in its embryonic stages but is likely to have some involvement with the WA Italian Chamber of Commerce.

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