Lorenzo Bertelli has been Prada Group Marketing Director since 2019 and from 2020 has been appointed Group’s Head of Corporate Social Responsibility.
He is responsible, on one side, for the Group’s Marketing and Communication strategy and for the development, innovation and sales analysis of the retail channel for all the Group’s brands and, on the other, for the Group’s overall approach to sustainability strategy and initiatives.
He joined the Group in 2017 as Head of Digital Communication and was appointed as Head of Marketing and Communication in 2018.
Mr. Bertelli has also been Director of Prada Holding S.p.A. since 2015.
In 2021, he joined the Prada S.p.A. Board of Directors as Executive Director.
Lorenzo Bertelli obtained a degree in Philosophy at San Raffaele University in Milan in 2008; he is the son of Miuccia Prada and Patrizio Bertelli, the Chief Executive Officers of the Prada Group.
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