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Undergraduate Bachelor attended "Economics and Management for Arts, Culture and Communication" at Bocconi University, plus a 5-months Exchange experience in Australia at QUT. Currently enrolled in Bocconi MSc in International Management, #9 Worldwide Master in Management (FT). With expected graduation in July 2017, I am now looking forward for an international work experience. Where I see myself: Internal/Institutional Communication, Marketing, PR, HR and Organisation. My favourite industries: MICE, Heritage Management,Tourism, Media, Fashion, Fitness, Food. My belief: Go new but don't forget your roots. Every wall is a challange. Seize your own world.
GoOut Srl, Milan, Italy | Among Mastercard awarded startup (2015) Spotlime is Italian leading mobile app to discover most exciting events in major national cities (Rome, Milan, Florence), tailored for users making last minute plans. Main activities of: SEO and SEM; Direct Email Marketing; Development and analysis of Marketing researches; PR and Network building.
Research activities about Public-Private Partenerships in the Italian cultural environment. Development of articles and case studies with the support of Bocconi SDA Professor Emanuele Teti and entrepreneur Osvaldo Baione, with the aim of stimulating debate about recent trends in cultural financial and administration tools. The idea started from the thesis developed at the end of the Bachelor program, focused on the first Italian example of cultural project financing: Villa Reale di Monza.
I am currently enrolled in Bocconi Master of Science in International Management, a choice that derives from the desire to be exposed to a variety of industries and international business settings, and strengthen my managerial acknowledgments thanks to a high-regarded faculty.
I graduated from Bocconi Bachelor in Management for Arts, Culture and Communication, which found the correct balance between scientific and humanistic skills that mostly reflect my personality. The Australian Exchange opportunity of last year even strengthened my interest in a world-rounded business sense, thanks to the experience of a society proud of being surrounded by pluralistic contributions