Alessandro focuses on consumer investments across Europe.
Prior to joining DN, Alessandro founded Humon, a Boston-based company that developed and sold bio-sensors used by athletes, gyms and professional sports teams to optimize performance. Humon was acquired in 2020 and over the years his contribution was recognized by several publications such as Forbes (Forbes 30 under 30), the MIT Technology Review (Innovators under 35) and Fast Company, as Most Creative People of 2019.
Alessandro holds a degree in Mathematics and Statistics from LSE, and two MSc in Management from HEC and MIT Sloan.
LSE, HEC, MIT Sloan