NEWS | Nicolas De Santis interviewed by Paolo Zanini, CEO of TBD Media Group
Nicolas De Santis, CEO of Corporate Vision, was interviewed by Paolo Zanini in March 2022 for their podcast series “Behind the Brand” featuring famous entrepreneurs and their journey to success.
NEWS | Nicolas De Santis joins the EWOR Faculty to train young Entrepreneurs
Nicolas De Santis, CEO of Corporate Vision, has become a lecturer for the EWOR Academy to train and educate the next generation of entrepreneurs.
STRATEGY ARTICLE | Leaders must think of ‘vision’ and culture’ as the ‘operating system’ of their organisations
How our VisionOS® framework can transform your corporate vision and culture into your most valuable strategic asset.
NEWS | Nicolas De Santis speaks at Sigma Squared Society Event
Nicolas De Santis, CEO of Corporate Vision spoke at the Sigma. Squared event to share his personal story and experiences as a technology entrepreneur and as a market disruptor in various industries.
NEWS | Corporate Vision® and Rosa & Roubini Associates Join Forces
Strategic Alliance between both firms will provide clients with unparalleled strategic corporate services in highly disruptive environments.
Corporate Vision CEO featured in EDEN Magazine of Los Angeles
Nicolas De Santis, CEO of Corporate Vision, is featured in the June issue of Eden Magazine.
STRATEGY ARTICLE | Leadership in times of global crisis. Comparing 9-11 attacks with COVID 19
I am advising many of our clients during this pandemic about their next strategic moves. During this COVID crisis, I have the advantage of using my experience as a former board member of the Global Virus Network (GVN), the leading system of virology labs around the world.
NEWS | Nicolas De Santis, CEO of Corporate Vision, on CNBC: “The EU needs to clarify its vision and brand to its citizens”
Nicolas De Santis, CEO of Corporate Vision and founder of the BRAND EU Centre (www.brandeu.eu), talked to CNBC about Brexit and the weak brand of the European Union.
EXPERIENCE | Canal+ Yomvi, The Future of PAY TV, VOD and Multi-Device Entertainment
Pay TV broadcaster CANAL+ was going to be disrupted by Netflix and streaming technologies.