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About the event:
The Italian Chamber of Commerce is pleased to invite you to this tech event, which aims to examine the different phases of the digital transformation journey from strategy and planning to software development and growth hacking, as well as the intricate world of Google Ads campaigns.
Mr. Paolo Petrolini, of MATERIA, will show the audience how companies can truly unlock their full digital potential, enabling their customers to have a fulfilling and safe product experience.
Mr. Francesco Bonafine, of Digital Nomads Hong Kong, will then tackle the issues related to the use of Google Ads, showing how to avoid mistakes such as having the wrong tracking system in place and providing knowledge on the tools that should be used in order to limit as much as possible unwanted clicks and budget waste.
Get ready to embrace digital transformation and scale up your business online effectively.
About the Speakers:
Francesco Bonafine, Co-founder of Digital Nomads Hong Kong, Co-founder of MATERIA
Francesco has more than 11 years of working experience in IT and online business, having worked at IBM, Google and other companies. Leading the incubator-oriented enterprises in their market development strategies, Francesco can be fairly defined as a digital marketing guru. He has 7 years of experience in SEM/SEO/online advertising and sales with Google.
Francesco has lived in Asia-Pacific for 6 years and in 2017 has co-founded the digital agency “Digital Nomads Hong Kong” (Google Partner).
Paolo Petrolini, Founder of MATERIA
Paolo has more than 13 years of experience working in product management and trust & safety i.e., privacy engineering, spam and fraud prevention, content moderation and user protection.
He worked for 12 years at Google Inc. where he led technical product teams as the Head of trust & safety in Switzerland. Prior to that, he worked as a software engineer and system architect in the UK and Ireland.