Advising companies and relevant stakeholders on corporate communications, crisis management, sustainability and media relations. Expert on Italy. Knowledgeable on sport industry.
Former Chief Corporate Affairs & External Communications Officer at Juventus Football Club, listed company. CEO of carlobruno&associati firm in Milan. Director at Bonaparte 48, Milan
Curiosity is a requirement and passions are its fuel. Mine are music, dogs, travels and a place called Noto in Sicily.
Claudio Albanese is an accomplished communications, stakeholders’ relationship and PR professional with extensive experience in sports, corporate and financial industries. He has deep expertise in managing complex communication environments, specifically in the areas of reputation management, crisis management and global stakeholder and sponsorship relations.
For well over a decade, as Chief Corporate an External Communication Officer at Juventus Football Club, he has balanced the company’s hectic requirements for day-to-day communication, press and broadcasting activities, with strategic initiatives including the launch of Juventus lucrative digital strategy, the introduction of the first sustainability reporting platform in the world of football as well as managing crisis without ever interfering with day-to-day activities. Claudio is a firm believer in the critical importance of communication professionals playing a background and supporting role in corporate communication and he has a proven track-record of positive relationships with highly influential national and international media and newspapers.
Before Juventus, as strategic consultant at carlobruno&associati and Bonaparte 48, Claudio has advised some of the most important Italian and global companies such as, among others: Nokia Telecommunications, Deutsche Bank, Google, A.C. Milan, Sea – Aeroporti di Milano, Equant, Clessidra private equity fund, AIG Lincoln, Regione Piemonte, Comune di Torino.
He has background studies in Law and recently he refreshed his education on Sustainability at The London School of Economics and Political Science. Since he was a kid, he fell in love with geopolitical issues and has always been a terrible sport practitioner, but he loves to play any game.