Dr Maurizio Bragagni OBE is a Freeman of the City of London, industrialist, public servant and consultant involved in various socio-economic sectors in the UK and elsewhere globally. Dr Maurizio Bragagni OBE founded a charity to help the most disadvantaged people by giving them access to quality education and has a strong interest in politics, history and diplomacy, on which he writes and publishes. These interests have led him to work in industry, politics and public relations, holding various public and private positions in the UK and elsewhere.
Today, serving as Honorary Senior Visiting fellow at CASS Business School in London, Dr Maurizio Bragagni OBE is teaching sustainable development, family business, and history. He has won several national and international awards and prizes during his career.
Dr Maurizio Bragagni OBE’s motto, “Nihil difficile volenti” (nothing is impossible for those who want it), is based on a similar one by Cicero, and is intended to affirm that with willpower, obstacles are easily overcome, and difficulties are overcome.
“The idea is to make money … does not matter how, and I will buy new virginity after I am rich, has never worked. How you make money care. .. and care now…”
MB speech at Cass Business School Strategy
BAYES BUSINESS SCHOOL OF LONDON – CASS
The Bayes Business School (formerly Cass) is one of the City, University of London’s five Schools. It’s among Europe’s leading business schools and in the global elite of business schools that hold the gold standard of ‘triple crown’ accreditation from AACSB, AMBA and EQUIS.
SAN MARINO CONSULATE
In his noble capacity of the Honorary Consul of the Republic of San Marino to the UK, appointed by the Republic of San Marino since November 2019, Dr Bragagni has been working diligently to:
Dr Bragagni is a member of the IEC- International Electrotechnical Commission and of the MSB-Market Strategy Board, composed of 15 top-level technology officers appointed from leading industries all over the world.
Trade advisory groups (TAGs) were established in July 2020 in order to meet the requirements of the Department for International Trade’s (DIT) trade negotiations.
Dr Maurizio Bragagni OBE completed a Cambridge Judge Business School Executive Education Programme
A lifelong learner, Dr Bragagni continues to dedicate time from his busy agenda to further enrich his knowledge of contemporary business management. He successfully completed a Cambridge Judge Business School Executive Education Programme on Circular Economy and Sustainability Strategies, running for 6 weeks online. Participating in this program provided Dr…
Globalisation the Broken Game
In the last three decades, the world has undergone rapid global integration, marking one of the most significant advancements in human history. Globalisation is a multifaceted phenomenon, associated with advantages and disadvantages, which have impacted all segments of society differently. The free flow of goods, capital, and people has resulted…
Defending Democracy: Why We Must Protect Our Right to Freedom
We live in a fast-changing world that presents many challenges that society must navigate to thrive. I could mention economic inequality, climate change, social radicalization, cybersecurity, demographic changes to the world population and ageing, migration and its associated issues of language barriers, cultural differences, a lack of affordable housing, mental…
Another rushed and costly decision – The UK changed the rules on cabotage and combined transport
As CEO of Tratos UK Ltd, I received a letter from the UK’s Department of Transport informing haulage associations across Europe of imminent changes to the UK’s rules on cabotage and combined transport. These changes were made in accordance with the UK’s post-Brexit trade deal with the EU and came…