Marco Di Maio

Marco Di Maio is a consultant for the firm and operates as an independent professional in the field of public affairs and institutional relations, managing services for clients across various sectors, including renewable energy, large-scale retail, agribusiness, personal care, plant engineering, defense, and artificial intelligence systems.

Prior to focusing on his professional activities, Marco Di Maio had a significant political and institutional career, having been elected to the Chamber of Deputies in the 2013 political elections and re-elected in 2018 (both times in Romagna). In the political elections of September 2022, he decided not to run again and to dedicate himself to his professional work.

Among the positions he held, he was a member of the Finance and Constitutional Affairs Committees, the Presidency of the Council, and the Interior, as well as the Montecitorio Regulations Committee. These roles enabled him, among other things, to gain a deep understanding of legislative mechanisms.

He also promoted and participated in several parliamentary intergroups and worked actively to promote bilateral relations between Italy and several countries, including Taiwan, Morocco, Israel, France, Azerbaijan, Australia, Cyprus, Mongolia, and the United States.

He holds a bachelor's degree in Political Science and a master's degree in International Relations, following a diploma in electronics and telecommunications.

Marco is a journalist registered with the professional order since 2002, has been a publisher of digital local newspapers (now part of the Citynews-Today group), and president of the national association of online local newspaper publishers (Anso).