Who We Are

Corporate Responsibility

Being a family run business, giving back has been engrained in to the culture and values of iTi from its inception. With personnel from around the globe, the iTi team cares deeply for both our local and global communities. While we contribute and support various organizations throughout the year, below are the organizations we choose to partner with because of our belief in their mission to make the world a better place for everyone.

If you believe iTi is a fit to partner with your organization to help support its mission, please reach out to us to discuss any opportunities we may be able to assist with.

Rotary International:
Rotary International is an international service organization whose stated human rights purpose is to bring together business and professional leaders in order to provide humanitarian services, encourage high ethical standards in all vocations, and to advance goodwill and peace around the world. iTi is proud to say its President, Francesco Pagano, and Digital Analyst, Anthony Toronto, are both actively involved members with the Rotary Club of Hartford. Rotary has been actively involved in assisting several programs in Hartford to support youth and education programs, as well as environmentally friendly initiatives.

DanceMotion USA:
DanceMotion USA is a program of the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs of the US Department of State, produced by BAM (Brooklyn Academy of Music) to facilitate cultural exchange while showcasing the best in contemporary American dance abroad.

DanceMotion USA works with US embassies to establish partnerships with leading cultural, social service, and community organizations and educational institutions, creating unique residencies that allow for cultural sharing and engagement. Participating dance companies engage in residencies abroad where they provide workshops and outreach events, lead master classes for local dancers, participate in collaborative creative sessions with local artists, and offer public performances and artist discussions to facilitate greater communication and understanding.

DanceMotion USA also promotes and fosters international dialogue about the arts with administrators and technical theater professionals. Through roundtable discussions and training workshops, program participants share best practices and offer ideas based on each specific country’s situation-considering factors of environment, funding, education, and resources-and in the process establish a network of global colleagues.