Discussion in 'Italian-English' started by spero, Apr 15, 2008.
This is a "skill" someone put on their CV in Italian. What does this mean?
If you Google it with "land" you see a whole series of examples of something like:
Something you might see as an analysis: total size, population, power, agriculture, etc.
Let's see what others say.
I don't wish to be rude, but this sounds like one of things people put on their CVs to make themselves sound important....
Seriously now, it sounds to me like someone who works in (for example) the local tourist industry (promoting all the local things to do, see and buy), or has set up a web-site to do the same thing, or has done the rounds of the various trade fairs promoting local products....
Chiediamo meglio però ai nativi!
london_calling is quite right, but the expression can mean many things, it depends a little on the context in which you've done such an activity. Promoting local products is ok, or promoting local industries, or local research centers etc.
You shoul ask the person for a little more detail...
Hope it helped!
Promoting local businesses!
Realtà should be businesses here according to another colleague of mine! Thanks to all!
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