Meet ZX Ventures'
PAOLO PROVINCIALI

Careers - Paolo’s Story
 Gaining International Experience
Paolo’s Story
Gaining International Experience
Paolo attended Bocconi University, where he studied international business management. He then went on to work at Google for eight years, worked with people all around the world, and attended Google's marketing training program at Wharton Business School to study management and marketing. Paolo came to ZX Ventures a year ago—and has since applied his experience in working with international teams for the company.
Careers - What Paolo Does
 Head of Global Marketing Services, eCommerce
What Paolo Does
Head of Global Marketing Services, eCommerce
In his job, Paolo works with teams across different countries to develop advanced marketing strategies and tactics through the deployment of new technologies, sharing of best practices, and alignment with other teams and functions. He also helps large brands leverage the opportunities presented by e-commerce for their integrated marketing campaigns.
 
 
“A project that I’m proud of was when I had to figure out the way we calculate customer lifetime value because there’s not a clear approach in the industry. I got the chance to work and brainstorm and tackle these projects with talented people in very interesting businesses in different countries—that's what made it so interesting for me.”
 
“A project that I’m proud of was when I had to figure out the way we calculate customer lifetime value because there’s not a clear approach in the industry. I got the chance to work and brainstorm and tackle these projects with talented people in very interesting businesses in different countries—that's what made it so interesting for me.”
 
 
“My advice for someone coming to interview at ZX Ventures is to be open-minded about how to tackle challenges and do your work. Remember to be humble in the face of a challenge you’ve never faced before, and be willing to learn something new.”
 
“My advice for someone coming to interview at ZX Ventures is to be open-minded about how to tackle challenges and do your work. Remember to be humble in the face of a challenge you’ve never faced before, and be willing to learn something new.”