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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 Head of Business Development of Donati Spa and CEO of Donati Immobiliare Group – 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. She currently serves as President of ANCE Lazio Giovani.

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 construction industry.

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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.


Angelica Donati on TG2 Italia on the Superbonus

7 October 2021|0 Comments

"With the so called "Decreto Semplificazioni bis" issued by the Government, the procedures for using the Superbonus have been greatly streamlined, generating an increase in the interventions launched in the second half of the year: [...]

Angelica Donati at ClassCNBC: construction, the recipe for recovery between innovation and simplification

6 May 2021|0 Comments

Angelica Donati interviewed by Gualtiero Lugli on ClassCNBC about the prospects for the construction and building sector. "The commitment of the European resources made available to our country must go hand in hand with the [...]

Mario Draghi and the Italian Scenario: Angelica Donati on AlJazeera

22 March 2021|0 Comments

Angelica Donati partecipated in "Counting the Cost" on AlJazeera TV, hosted by journalist Nick Clark to talk about Italy's new PM, Mario Draghi. "The Italian economy has deep and long-term problems, starting with the burden [...]