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The European House – Ambrosetti is a leading Italian management consulting firm. Established in 1965, it is headquartered in Milan and has a network of foreign offices in Europe and around the world. The European House – Ambrosetti is an independent organization that maintains a neutral standpoint on political issues. It operates as a think tank developing topics and proposals to support the debate on critical issues affecting the agenda of corporate leaders in Italy and in Europe. For the seventh consecutive year, The European House – Ambrosetti has been nominated–in the “Best Private Think Tanks” category–the No. 1 Think Tank in Italy, ranking in the European top ten and in the World top twenty, and ranking in the World top one-hundred most-esteemed and independent out of 8,248 think tanks globally in the University of Pennsylvania’s 2019 Global Go To Think Tank Index Report.