Angelica Krystle Donati 2019-04-23T08:58:30+00:00

ANGELICA KRYSTLE DONATI

Angelica Donati is a construction entrepreneur and manager, a proptech expert with extensive knowledge of the impact of digital innovation on real estate.

She is CEO of Donati Immobiliare Group – an international property development company – as well as a proptech founder and investor. She is a venture partner with Concrete VC and is a contributor for Forbes, Agi and Property Week.

After working at Goldman Sachs and Ralph Lauren, and with a degree from the London School of Economics and an MBA from Oxford University under her belt, she took on the challenge of the real estate industry, with the aim of building an international business.

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Donati Immobiliare Group is property development company that operates in Italy, the UK and the USA. It was founded in Rome in 2012 by Angelica Donati and specializes in residential and mixed-use developments.

DIG quickly expanded internationally. In 2013 Donati Immobiliare USA Corp was created with a focus on the New York market, followed by Donati Immobiliare UK in London in 2015.

NEWS

Angelica Donati nominata Presidente ANCE Lazio Giovani

30 July 2020|0 Comments

L’assemblea di ANCE Lazio Giovani ha eletto Angelica Donati nuovo Presidente Regionale, prima donna a ricoprire la carica. Benedetta Stirpe e Andrea Adami sono stati nominati vicepresidenti. Imprenditrice e manager nel settore Real Estate e [...]

Donati to Re2bit: “More technology to help with the lockdown, also in the Real Estate sector. Uncertainty on financing”

21 April 2020|0 Comments

Re2bit, the Italian portal specialized in proptech, had a chat with Angelica Donati, CEO of Donati Immobiliare Group. At the center of the interview Real Estate, Covid-19 and the effects of the pandemic on the [...]

The impact of the Covid-19 crisis on SMEs – Angelica Donati on Bloomberg

14 April 2020|0 Comments

Angelica Donati Head of Business Development at Donati Spa, Sme in civil and infrastructure construction also present in the UK and USA. "Banks tell us they don't yet know what action they should take off [...]

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