Partner McKinsey & Company
Michele Bertoncello is a Partner in the Milan Office, where he is also co-leader of the Advanced Industries Practice for the Mediterranean area and leader of the Advanced Industries Practice for the EMEA area.
For the past fourteen years Michele has been assisting large companies operating in the industrial sector, mainly in the automotive sector, focusing on strategy, product development, customer experience and future mobility projects. Michele is one of the founding members of the McKinsey Center for Future Mobility, where he coordinates global studies on vehicle connectivity and is currently researching mobility scenarios that will emerge by 2030 and the use of data collected from connected cars.
Most recently, he has been involved in projects such as managing the merger process between global players in the automotive industry; developing the technology strategy for connectivity and autonomous driving services for a new entrant in the automotive market; defining the human-machine interface (HMI) strategy for a globally operating car manufacturer; developing the strategic plan for a telematics company; and transforming the business strategy for a leading luxury car manufacturer.
Prior to starting her career at McKinsey, Michele furthered her studies at New York University, George Washington University and Harvard University, after earning a Master's degree in Science of General Management and a Bachelor's degree in Economics of International Markets and New Technologies at Bocconi University in Milan.
Moderator: Gian Luca Pellegrini, Director QuattroRuote
8:30 | Registration opening
9:00 | Institutional greetings (Opening remarks)
9:45 | McKinsey speech
10:20 | Motor Valley Top Table
11:40 | Keynote speeches
13:00 | Ribbon Cutting
Official ribbon cutting and opening of the event at Accademia Militare