About Easy Milano
Easy Milano is the magazine both print and online that focuses on English speaking residents, from businesses, groups and individuals to the entire English-speaking community of Milan. It was founded in 1999 by Amie Louie and Aaron Pugliesi, who also organize and promote events within the local English-speaking community to help expats overcoming difficulties of starting and living their new life in Milan.
Easy Milano’s partners, friends and distribution points include Consulates, Chambers of Commerce, International schools & Language schools, Relocation & Real Estate Agencies, Multinational Companies, Expat and Cultural Associations, English-speaking Cinemas, Milan’s Tourist Office, International Book Stores, Restaurants & Bars.
The ‘Completion of a Challenge’
In February 2017 Aaron was appointed Secretary General and CEO of The British Chamber of Commerce for Italy while Amie will take on soon the full-time role as Development Director at the British School of Milan.
On 16 November 2017, Amie and Aaron officially announced they would stop publishing Easy Milano at the end of the year.
As you know, Where Milan provides authoritative content directed to visitors to the city on all the best things to see, do and eat in Milan every day. Exclusively distributed in the city’s luxury hotels, both in-room and at concierge desks, the magazine has become a useful tool not only for Milan’s network of concierges, who use the magazine to help visitors to the city seek out the best experiences but also to English-speaking residents hungry for the latest news.
That’s it. If not Where®, Who Else?
[…] Last but not least, we are currently engaged in a conversation with Where Milan, a wonderful local English publication managed by a crazy visionary named Andrea Jarach, that will likely be taking on the role, along side EasyCircle.it, of providing the local international community with useful information, event listings and news.
From Amie and Aaron’s official announcement
Even if Aaron and Amie will stop publishing Easy Milano, they’re not going away. 2018 marks new beginnings, both for them and for the staff of Where Milan!