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Nicolas De Santis, honoured with Italian Award for his business career and work for European identity

Nicolas De Santis, President of Gold Mercury International and CEO of Corporate Vision, has been honoured in Florence, Italy, for his business career as an internet entrepreneur and for his philanthropic work in developing a stronger European identity and citizenship via the initiatives and projects BRAND EU® (The European Union Brand Centre) and Captain Euro®, Europe’s Superhero™.

Corporate Vision® CEO among top UK business chiefs calling to stay in customs union.

The CEO of Corporate Vision, Nicolas De Santis, is among more than 100 entrepreneurs and business leaders that have signed an open letter to MPs urging them to keep the UK inside the EU’s customs union. Organised by Richard Reed, a co-founder of Innocent Drinks, the letter has been co-signed by the founders of Pret a Manger, Waterstones, Zoopla, Net a Porter, Domino’s Pizza, Yo Sushi and Jack Wills.

Corporate Vision® launches new advertising campaign targeted to global corporate leadership

Corporate Vision®, the visioning, innovation and creative consultancy and think tank, has developed a new advertising campaign targeted for high level executives including Board of Directors, CEOs and C-suite executives. The campaign focuses on crucial corporate issues currently affecting companies worldwide, including themes such as Digital Transformation, Global Brand Management, Business Model Innovation and Cultural re-invention.

Organisational Culture and Corporate Governance: Lessons that save lives (part 3 of 3 Grenfell Tower Fire)

This case study – Grenfell Tower Fire, is part 3 of 3 articles about improving corporate and public governance. Part 1 describes all the crucial events and decisions leading to Titanic’s sinking and part 2 and 3 show the similarities with the Costa Concordia disaster and the Grenfell Tower fire in London. We also introduce the concepts of Materiality Analysis and Visionary Governance® as crucial components for improving decision making, reducing risk and anticipating future events. The case studies are part of our Smarter Culture® Workshop to design better corporate cultures and organisations.

Organisational Culture and Corporate Governance: Titanic, Costa Concordia and Grenfell Tower Fire: Lessons that save lives (part 2 of 3 – Costa Concordia disaster)

This case study – Costa Concordia, is part 2 of 3 articles about improving corporate and public governance. Part 1 describes all the crucial events and decisions leading to Titanic’s sinking and part 2 and 3 show the similarities with the Costa Concordia disaster and the Grenfell Tower fire in London. We also introduce the concepts of Materiality Analysis and Visionary Governance® as crucial components for improving decision making, reducing risk and anticipating future events. The case studies are part of our Smarter Culture® Workshop to design better corporate cultures and organisations.