Giulia Gregori is Head of Corporate Strategy Implementation & Engagement at Novamont, world’s
leader in the bioplastics sector and in the development of biochemicals and bioproducts. She
entered in Novamont in 2000, after graduating in Pure Chemistry with a specialization in
Bioinorganic (University of Milan, Leiden University).
In her role she is responsible for the overall implementation of the Corporate Strategy, including
Novamont's social impact strategy as a benefit company, with the aim of creating shared value
inside and outside the organisation.
She also manages Strategic Research&Innovation Projects as well as external relationships with
public and private funding institutions and other relevant stakeholders in the circular bioeconomy
She is member of the Governing Board of Circular Bio-based Europe Joint Undertaking (CBE JU),
the public-private partnership between the European Commission and the Bio-Based Industries
Consortium, Secretary General of the Italian Cluster of Circular Bioeconomy SPRING and member
of the National Coordination Group for the Bioeconomy at the Presidency of Council of Ministers,
in charge of the development and implementation of the Italian Bioeconomy strategy.
She is member of the board of directors of the University of Eastern Piedmont and member of the
board of directors of Re Soil Foundation, promoted by University of Bologna, Coldiretti, Novamont
and Turin Polytechnic to enable a step change in soil health and local regeneration.