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Marco Fiorese

Marco Fiorese

Marco Fiorese is the co-founder and CEO of Ivita Health Investment Group LLC, an investment company in New York dedicated to innovation in the consumer health and wellness industry, investing in partnership with leading families offices. The company has invested in different sectors in Europe and the United States, including online pharmacy, home care, telemedicine, and health monitoring.

He is senior advisor to Biomatics Capital Partners, a Seattle-based healthcare and life sciences venture firm investing in transformational innovation at the intersection of health care and technology, supporting advanced and innovative companies in life science, medical technology and data that create outlier shifts in the practice of medicine and delivery of healthcare. He is also co-founder of Wellness Partners LTD, a global advisory company in the UK dedicated to the implementation of public policies and innovative strategies of wellness lifestyle in cities, large communities, and corporations.

Mr. Fiorese started his career in corporate finance, mergers and acquisitions, and business development in Hong Kong, advising European multinational corporations to invest and operate in China and South East Asia. He spent 15 years of global business experience in Europe and the US in direct investments and private equity in various industries.

Marco Fiorese is Curator of the Family Business Community (FBC) at the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Geneva, which includes a selected group of world-leading families who are united in their commitment to creating sustainable growth and improving the state of the world. Nominated as a Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum (WEF) in 2009, he serves on the board of several philanthropic foundations including The Metropolitan Opera and the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation.

Mr. Fiorese holds a degree in Business Economics from Bocconi University in Italy. He completed his master studies at Harvard Business School and executive programs at Harvard Kennedy School, Yale University, and LKY School of Public Policy in Singapore.