Easter is approaching and, just like Christmas, it is an occasion to present gifts to clients, employees and collaborators: an excellent way to create cohesion and networking!
Often, however, “physical” gifts are difficult to find and deliver: from looking for suppliers, to choosing, reaching an agreement and distributing the gifts themselves - actions that require time, energy and resources.
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Father’s Day is a popular celebration in some areas of the world honouring fathers and paternity. Father's Day in the UK is taking place on 21 June – it always falls on the third Sunday of the month. This is based on the US calculation of the date, but other countries around the world celebrate at various times throughout the year. In Italy, for example, the day when the father figure is traditionally celebrated is March 19th, the day Pope Sixtus IV in 1479 dedicated to St. Joseph, who is considered to be Jesus’ father.
Easter is coming and, as we all know, on top of its deep religious meaning, it is a festivity rich with tradition: cheery colourful eggs filled with surprises, delicious Colomba bread covered in icing, Easter bunnies and special moments spent with the family. This year Easter will undoubtedly be different, but it does not mean we should overlook the sweet traditions that have always made it special.read more
Original colomba – typical italian leavened cake for Easter season – prepared by Italian pastry masters is now available for delivery to your door, not just in Italy but all over the world, no matter where you are. Welcome to Dolceitaliano.it, the largest marketplace for Italian Haute Pâtisserie. Dolceitaliano.it brings Italian artisan excellence that cannot be found abroad to your home so that you can enjoy the unique taste and quality of the traditional Milanese Panettone prepared by great pastry chefs.read more
For over a century, March 8th has been International Women's Day or, even better, the International day for women’s rights. Yes, because the meaning of this celebration goes deeper than first appears: March 8th commemorates the social, economic and political conquests of women as well as the discrimination and violence that have too often characterize - and still characterize - the world of women.