LUXURY FOR ALL ^-^

Is now the time of the Luxury for all?  Don’t worry and stay calm reading this article till the end, yep I’ll reveal you what is going to happen in the next decades from my point of view, and it counts. From the spot of the deluxe brand of LIDL to the predominant ALL CRAZY FOR BALMAIN H&M COLLECTION. The clothing chain H&M, one of our valued customers, launched a collection in collaboration with the Balmain haute couture brand: in the catwalk we saw Gigi Hadid and Kendall Jenner, followed by a party where they sang the Backstreet Boys. Not … Continue reading LUXURY FOR ALL ^-^

MY 3 BEST EUROPE HUSH-HUSH BEACHES

You don’t have to travel too far to find them. Beautiful beaches, still relatively undiscovered, lie within a short haul European hop. 1) Rodas Beach, The Cies Islands, Spain Fringed by luxuriant stretches of white sands, the northwest Spanish archipelago of Cies is nicknamed the ‘Galician Caribbean’ by the locals. And it is little wonder that they keep the beauty of these three islands quietly to themselves – happy to let tourists head to the ‘Costas’ instead. Catch the ferry from the mainland town of Vigo, and you’ll have nine beaches to choose from. Disembark on a small jetty at … Continue reading MY 3 BEST EUROPE HUSH-HUSH BEACHES

From Nation State to Global Community

In this post I’m trying to reply to a publication from the Strategic Foresight Club[1], and represent an update of one an older article on linkedin BE, it was 2015 and the forecast trend is growing.  Well, in my opinion we’d  introduce the concept of  Nation State vs Corporate State, about that, we all are experimenting from the opposite fronts the echoes of the, till now, Financial World War III raising from the ancient caves of human stupidity. Now, what’s the academical definition of Corporate Citizenship: DEFINITION of ‘Corporate Citizenship’[2] The extent to which businesses are socially responsible for meeting legal, ethical and … Continue reading From Nation State to Global Community

My Best Docking Arenas

Capri, Monaco, Porto Cervo, looks all too crowdie, unreasonably costly and hysterical. Since my sailing time is so scarce, it must be a pleasure for eyes, mind and soul. I’m therefore happy to share my point of views with you, let me know your opinions, also privately. 1- Stockholm Archipelago, Sweden Outside Stockholm, the yachting capital of Sandhamn is on the edge of one of the world’s most alluring archipelagos. Among the thousands of uninhabited islets, guests may indulge in a dingy race, or host an angling competition followed by a fresh fish barbecue. Yacht parties have been known to … Continue reading My Best Docking Arenas

APPLE ‘’some kind of Fruit Company”

Forrest Gump’s Investment in Apple would be worth $7 Billion Today, that’s why I’m a Business Angel and I decided to be one of the 1Trueid founders. In the 1994 Oscar-winning movie Forrest Gump, there’s a short scene in which Tom Hanks’ character opens a letter of thanks from Apple after his former military colleague and business partner Lieutenant Dan invested some of the profits from the Bubba Gump Shrimp Company in “some kind of Fruit Company.” If Gump was real and if he was still clinging on to his investment today, he could have a staggering 12 million shares in the Cupertino Company, … Continue reading APPLE ‘’some kind of Fruit Company”

Collaboration is the New Competition©

New forms of corporate collaboration can drive sustainability, and create better products and services. Leaders and organizations are acknowledging that even their best individual efforts can’t stack up against today’s complex and interconnected problems. They are putting aside self-interests and collaborating to build a new civic infrastructure to advance their shared objectives. Someone’s call it “joint impact” and it’s a growing trend in the most developed countries, and Italy again risk to lose the ‘’Big Picture’’ of competition, after having failed to gain from the opportunity of the €uro. Businesses banding together to learn from each other is nothing new: … Continue reading Collaboration is the New Competition©

A tea with John Maynard Keynes

The following conversation is based on the genuine point of view of John Maynard Keynes and about the ignorance about History that seems to pervade our leadership. Good afternoon John, thanks for your kind invitation, truly appreciated, where’s Lydia? Hi Emanuele, she has gone to see the backstage of a ballet , you know her old passion, but tell me what’s up in this century, I feel myself disoriented. You remember your words John? « The game of professional investment is intolerably boring and over-exacting to anyone who is entirely exempt from the gambling instinct; whilst he who has it … Continue reading A tea with John Maynard Keynes

The XXI Century Renaissance

Knowledge has is origin in our perception used to say Leonardo da Vinci, and a new awareness is shyly facing into the developed world, where the conjunction of metaphysic with mathematic is opening the doors of a new Renaissance. Kalos kagathos (Ancient Greek καλὸς κἀγαθός [kalos kaːɡatʰǒs]), of which kalokagathia (καλοκαγαθία) is the derived noun, is a phrase used by classical Greek writers to describe an ideal of personal conduct, especially in a military context. Its use is attested since Herodotus and the classical period. The phrase is adjectival, composed of two adjectives, καλός (“beautiful”) and ἀγαθός (“good” or “virtuous”), … Continue reading The XXI Century Renaissance