Massimiliano G. Falcone, a graduate in Economics of the Università Bocconi di Milano, teaches International Strategy and Strategic Communications and is a consultant of Cross Cultural Communication.
After an experience in External Relations with Confindustria, Massimiliano Falcone worked as a PR and Communications manager with Reuters for 8 years (until 2005), and later with the World Bank. Since 2007 Massimiliano Falcone has also conducted consultancy assignments in the field of International Corporate Growth Strategies, with a particular focus on China (leaving between Italy and Shanghai). As from early 2010 is working as a specialist in international marketing for some leading consultancy firms, while following directly clients like The World Bank, Unioncamere, Enterprise network Europe, Anas. Local PA and some medium/large enterprises.
In 2011 he became an Associate Partner of Inarea, (www.inarea.com) a Branding Company leader in the Italian market.
Massimiliano Falcone is a member of the Scientific Guidance Committee for the Masters Program in “Communications for International Relations” at the Università IULM, Milan, where he also teaches courses in International Marketing and Communications. He is the didactic co-ordinator for the Masters Program in International Communications conducted jointly by the Università IULM, the University of Leeds (UK) and the University of Groeningen (NL). In the context of this program Massimiliano Falcone holds courses on International Economics, Strategies for International Growth, and Cross-cultural Communications.
He is an adjunct professor of the Department of Corporate Finance and Financial Markets at the Università degli Studi di Udine and a founder member of the Laboratory for Economic and Management Research, established by the same university at their Gorizia site. Here Massimiliano Falcone holds courses in Corporate Strategy.
Also, Massimiliano Falcone holds specialist courses and seminars on international corporate growth and international marketing for a number of institutions, including members of the European BIC Network and Chambers of Commerce. He contributes to Masters courses in Corporate Management at the Università Bocconi and at the European School of Economics.
After receiving a BS in Business Administration Michelle enrolled at ESE New York in the Global MBA program with a major in Finance. As part of the Global MBA Program, Michelle participated in the inaugural semester of ESE’s Exchange Program with the China Europe International Business School (CEIBS). During her graduate studies at ESE, she interned at A. Cicognani Communications, a Marketing...