Feb 04 2022


11:45 am - 12:15 pm

Hybrid World: Entertainment

How have changing consumer habits affected our view of entertainment? What can businesses be doing to adapt? What are the new trends?


  • Federica Tremolada
    Federica Tremolada
    Managing Director, Spotify

    In her role as Managing Director for Southern & Eastern Europe, Federica is in charge of Spotify’s operations on this region’s markets and oversees local teams with a specific focus on content, marketing and partnerships.

    Federica has over 15 years of experience in international media, distribution and innovation. Pre-Spotify, she worked at YouTube TV/Google where she joined the US leadership team that launched YouTube TV in 2017, and finalized deals with local affiliate networks and international broadcasters. Prior to her U.S. experience, she worked on launching YouTube in several Southern European countries and was in charge of developing content partnerships with various media and publishing groups (e.g. Mediaset, Rai, Viacom, Sky, Fox, Disney).

    Previously, she had worked as international media partnerships manager at Buongiorno, an Italian start-up, and her career in the music and content business began at BMG/Sony Publishing, where she was a member of the Pop Music division.

    Federica graduated from Bocconi University with a degree in Economics for Arts, Culture and Communication and attended a postgraduate course in ‘Leading Global Business’ at Harvard Business School.

  • Simone Autera
    Simone Autera
    Department of Management & Technology Lecturer, Bocconi

    Simone Autera is Lecturer at the Department of Management & Technology at Bocconi and Deputy Director of CLEACC – Bachelor in Economics and Management for Arts, Culture & Communication. His research interests include business strategy; competitive strategies in media and creative industries; media and digital convergence; management of cultural institutions and organizations. He develops research, consulting and executive education projects working with companies in the ICT, TLC and Media industries.

  • Virginia Stagni
    Virginia Stagni
    Head of Business Development & FT Talent Director

    Virginia works between London and New York as a Business Development Manager in the Commercial Department of the Financial Times.

    Her role sees her investigate new business ideas and revenue growth opportunities, ensuring that the Financial Times remains one of the most innovative and disruptive players in the wider news landscape.

    Prior to joining the FT, Virginia was a start-up founder and entrepreneur, also working as a freelance reporter for La Stampa – one of the oldest newspapers in Italy. She is the CEO and founder of Logos, a mobile phone blockchain start-up, and previously founded a digital magazine, Revolart, as well as a cultural heritage foundation, Bolognadasballo.

    In 2016 she was named Best Italian Entrepreneur Under 25 and in 2019 was one of Digiday’s inaugural Future Leaders.

    Virginia holds an MSc in Media and Communications from the London School of Economics and a BSc in Economics and Management for Art, Culture and Communications from Bocconi University. In her spare time she enjoys ‘extreme’ travel.

Local Time

  • Timezone: America/New_York
  • Date: Feb 04 2022
  • Time: 6:45 am - 7:15 am

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