New members

New members April 2020

Find out which companies have joined us this month!


Founded in Rome in 1884 by the talented Greek silversmith Sotirio Bulgari, the brand quickly established a reputation for Italian excellence with exquisite craftsmanship and magnificent jewellery creations. Over the decades, the Bulgari generations defined a distinctive style made of vibrant colour combinations, exquisitely balanced volumes and unmistakable motifs that pay homage to the Roman roots of the company. While always revering its cultural legacy, Bulgari introduced innovations that rewrote the rules of the jewellery universe and launched new trends that stood out as icons of contemporary design.

Agence MUSEO

Created in January 2015, MUSEO has 3 sectors of activity which enrich each other: Publishing books distributed by Gallimard; exhibition production (around a hundred exhibitions, of which 1/3 are abroad); production and distribution of documentary film for cinema.

Around 4 themes: Biodiversity - Ecological transition - Cultural diversity with a big focus on Ireland - Great cause of today.

Betimes Books 

Betimes Books is the first not-for-profit literary press founded in Dublin, a UNESCO City of Literature. We endeavour to support visionary literary writing and the struggle that is the making of great literature. By choosing a not-for-profit publishing model, we strive to act as custodians of great works of literature, in the same way as museums curate, preserve and make available artefacts for their intrinsic and cultural value, regardless of their commercial value. While not seeking profits for the press, we are dedicated to helping our authors succeed and creating conditions in which they can continue to create, protected from the vagaries of the marketplace. Literary philanthropy has always sought to make modernity hospitable for writers and nurture original literary talent. By publishing diverse and innovative literary fiction, offering quality over quantity, and championing writers regardless of sales, we carry the torch that has produced great works of arts in the past under “patronage” or similar models: from William Shakespeare to James Joyce and many other major literary voices.

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