Stefano is a Director in AlphaBeta’s Singapore office. Stefano helps clients navigate and shape issues at the intersection of public policy, business, and economics. His focus areas include the impact of emerging technologies on economies and societies, the future of cities, and the application of strategic foresight—including megatrend and scenario analysis—to organisational and national planning.
Prior to joining AlphaBeta, Stefano spent eight years at The Economist Intelligence Unit, most recently as the Asia-Pacific regional director of the firm’s Public Policy Consulting business. In this role, he led a regional team of public policy specialists and economists, helping clients through public policy engagement programmes, policy strategy design, thought leadership, and analysis of macroeconomic, geopolitical and regulatory issues. Previously, he was a Principal Consultant in Washington D.C. and Singapore. He led engagements on urban safety and resilience, the impact of the Fourth Industrial Revolution on emerging Asia, disaster risk, and innovation drivers. He also represented the firm at conferences and on media outlets such as CNBC, BBC, and CNA. Before joining The Economist Intelligence Unit, Stefano worked at Accenture, where he focused on global trend analysis, emerging markets, innovation, and economic development.
Stefano is a graduate of the University of Trento and holds a master’s degree in International Political Economy from the London School of Economics. He studied Scenario Planning at Oxford University.