Fabio Di Liberto speaks about heritage as a quest for self expression, creativity and duty

Fabio speaks about a journey through his experience at Moleskine, addressing the multifaceted meanings of heritage and its links with the creative process and the need to preserve and share in today’s fast-paced existence. The talk offers the opportunity to reflect on the importance of people at the center of any sustainable innovation, passions that move every human being and the power of ideas.

About the speaker

Fabio Di Liberto is brand manager at Moleskine global. He is a seasoned designer with vast experience in user research and understanding. His research and design expertise has been applied to a variety of clients throughout his 12-year career at Continuum. Fabio brings many years of branding experience and ensures that the voice of the consumer is always heard during the design process. Fabio lived in New York, where he worked as a designer with FutureBrand. Fabio holds a Master’s Degree in Industrial Design from Pratt Institute in New York and a Degree in Architecture from the University of Palermo, Italy. He is a Fulbright Scholar with numerous international awards and scholarships to his name. There’s still a lot he doesn’t know yet.

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