Nicolò Andreula designs corporate strategies, public policies, and educational programs to maximize the economic and societal benefits of disruptive technologies. After starting his career at the United Nations and the InterAmerican Development Bank, Nicolò has worked as a consultant for Google, Uber and Netflix in Asia, written papers for the McKinsey Global Institute in Europe and USA (featured in Harvard Business Review), carried research for the World Economic Forum about geospatial technologies in Africa, and helped the French Government re-think human capital development.
The Future of Work is one of his passions, and he is deeply involved in lifelong learning as Scientific Director of a Master in Digital Entrepreneurship at H-Farm, and visiting lecturer at the Chinese University of Hong Kong and Nanyang Business School in Singapore. He also conducts training programs for Amazon, Ferrari, JLL, Unicredit. He holds a MBA from INSEAD and a MSc in Economics from Bocconi. His first book, Flow Generation, was a bestseller on Amazon. Nicolò is also a Fellow at the Aspen Institute Italia and at Raisina Dialogue, Asian Forum on Global Governance.