Andrea Giuricin | Special Advisor NTV-Italo
Nuovo Trasporto Viaggiatori (NTV) | Spain

Andrea Giuricin, Special Advisor NTV-Italo, Nuovo Trasporto Viaggiatori (NTV)

Prof. Dr. Andrea Giuricin is CEO of TRA consulting, a strategic consultancy company based in Barcelona, Milan and Brussels.
He was the head of Studies Office and international affairs of Italo-NTV, the first high speed rail private operator in the World in open access competition, since 2009, developing studies and analysis on rail sector. In the same company he is now strategic advisor for the President and the Managing director.
He is visiting professor at China Academy of Railway Sciences, the biggest organization in the World focused on the rail sector.
He is adj. professor in Transport Management at University Milano Bicocca in Italy and he is adj. professor in Marketing Management at University of Minnesota and at Michigan State University and University Southern California.
Dr. Andrea Giuricin cooperates with several Transport Authorities and with the European Commission.
TRA consulting is leading consultancy company in the rail sector with international customers from Europe, Middle East, Asia, working with the top management (CEO and President) in the strategic and operational decisions in the rail (NTV, MTR express, Korail, ATM.), aviation (Alitalia, Etihad, Easyjet) and IT & TLC industries.
He is keynote speaker and chairman in many worldwide events (Johannesburg, Bangkok, Hong Kong, Istanbul, Tokyo, Miami, Los Angeles, Rome, London, etc) for different field (Transport, TLC, etc.)
He published several books and analysis on transport field quoted on TV and newspaper (Xinhua, Wall Street Journal, BBC, FT, Bloomberg, Reuters, The Economist, Le Monde, O Globo).

Appearances:



Caspian & Central Asia Rail 2017 Day 2 @ 14:30

HSR innovation and digitalisation: the first HSR in open access competition

  •     Digitalisation of high speed rail: where to start
  •     Overview of open access competition
  •     Addressing problems down the line

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