Born in Palermo, Stefano is currently based in Auckland. His topics of interest are: international trade, FDIs, economic regulation, competition and antitrust. He is a lecturer of economics of the EU at the University of Auckland and at Bocconi University (Italy) and the President of the Italian Chamber of Commerce in New Zealand. As part of my past experience: Italian coordinator of the graduate course on European economics for the Babson College (USA), economic advisor at the Italian Communications Regulatory Authority, faculty coordinator and lecturer at NIBI (Milan Chamber of Commerce) and consultant of Italy's Ministry for Foreign Affairs during the Italian Presidency of the Council of the EU.
Closing a business deal is as much about figures as it is about negotiation and behavioral skills. Maura Di Mauro has been researching and consulting with small and large firms in how to succeed with a global mindset.
Sustainability is fundamental to preserving the beauty and balance our world needs. Segmento has spoken with Federico Donato who says financial markets see sustainability as a key factor in any business venture