Wise men make more opportunities than they find. (Francis Bacon)
He who seeks pearls must dive deep. (John Dryden)
If you can't explain it simply, you don't understand it well enough. (Albert Einstein)
The best way to have a good idea is to have lots of ideas. (Linus Pauling)
Si vis pacem para bellum (Giulio Cesare)
I don't want any yes-men around me. I want everybody to tell me the truth even if it costs them their job. (Samuel Goldwin)
If you can talk brilliantly about a problem, it can create the consoling illusion that it has been mastered. (Stanley Kubrick)
Managers who are good communicators are often expert in hiding real problems. (Chris Argyris)
To dare: that is how you achieve progress. (Victor Hugo)
The secret of success is sincerity; once you can fake that you have got it made. (Jean Girardoux)
An ounce of imagination us worth a ton of strength. (Laurence J. Peter)
Few things happen at the right moment in time, and most things just don’t happen at all. The conscientious historian can correct these defects. (Herodotus)
From history we only learn that we don’t learn from history. (Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel)
It is not true that we don’t have time, we have too much time that we don’t know how to use. (Seneca)
Speak softly and carry a big stick. (Theodore Roosevelt)
Right and wrong can never be precisely divided in two so that each part has none of the other. (Alessandro Manzoni)
The greater a man, the less fixed are his opinions, which depend on events and circumstances. (Napoleon)
Only superficial people don’t judge by appearances. (Oscar Wilde)
Discovery consists of seeing what everybody has seen and thinking what nobody has thought. (Albert Szent-Gyorgyi)
Only the very wise and the very stupid never change. (Confucio)
The team PDF Print E-mail

Nick Brough
General manager, founded Interazione in 1987.
25 years experience in media and institutional relations, including successful completion of projects via à vis the European Commission, the Italian Antitrust Authority. Close relationships with the Ministry of Transport, ENAC and other institutions.
Conducted research published by the Economist Intelligence Unit, the Einaudi Foundation and Il Mulino. As a journalist has written for Italian and international publications including the Financial Times. Member of the Central Price Commission, a statutory organ of the Italian Ministry of Industry (1990-1994). Member of Fature EU Transport Directorate consultative committee, 1983-99. Member of ENAC (Italian Civil Aviation authority) consultative committee on airport service standards (1999-2001)
In Italy for over 30 years, BA degree from Leeds University and Master of Science in Business Administration from Boston University

Valeria Serpentini

Valeria Serpentini account executive, she has a front line role with media, prepares press releases, responds to media queries, provides information and photos and handles social media opportunities.
Previous experience includes the Italian Chamber of Commerce in Madrid and the Communications Office of the European Commission (DG Environment) in Brussels.
Experienced in organizing events and in public speaking.
A graduate in international relations at the University for Foreigners in Perugia and master's degrees in Mediterranean Studies and Diplomacy, Valeria has also studied Arabic.
She wrote her university thesis on crisis communications.

Maria Alliney
Has worked with Interazione for 15 years.
As event organizer Maria has worked on many press conferences, presentations, receptions, dinners all over Italy.
A graduate in politics from Rome Sapienza University.

Angela Scrofina

A graduate in modern languages and translating from Rome Sapienza University. Angela worked for a conference organising company before joining Interazione this year.
She attended the Swiss school in Rome where the normal class language was German.


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