Supernovas Talk with FCA | 29th Sept
Cristiano Fiorio and Klauss Busse, leaders in the automotive industry, interviewed by Caterina Lunghi.
Supernovas, stories of success is back with a new appointment. The talk series that hosts important business figures from different fields, this time has as guests Cristiano Fiorio and Klaus Busse, two leaders in the automotive sector at FCA. They will be interviewed by Caterina Lunghi, the journalist moderating this series of talks. Domus Academy is proud to host them and share with the students their insights, their achievements and their suggestions.
Cristiano Fiorio is working as Chief Marketing Officer EMEA of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles and it is Head of the team in charge of launching the new electric 500. Since 2013, he is part of the FCA Group covering different roles in the marketing department and guiding the brand promotion. Before his experience in FCA, he has been CEO of A World of Events and part of Gruppo Alpitour, where he covered roles of member of the steering committee, head of innovation and head of b2b. Previously, after founding the Fiorio Management – society specialized in sportive events, sports and marketing communication – of which is has been President and CEO, he has worked for Star Management managing the images of several sportive people. From 2019 he is an independent member of the Board of Basic Net.
Klaus Busse works as Head of EMEA FCA Design since 2015. Prior to his current role he held the position of Head of Interior Design for Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep and RAM (2008 – 2015) and before that Chief Interior Designer for Jeep and RAM (2005 – 2008). Previously, he joined Chrysler in 2005 after 10 years with Mercedes Benz Design. Klaus, born in Minden, Germany, holds a Bachelor’s of Arts degree in Transportation Design from Coventry University (UK).
The talk will be held on the 29th of September, at 2:00 pm (CEST).
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