Dr Maurizio Bragagni is an industrialist, born of Italian origin Dr Bragagni, directs operations from his home in London, England.

Dr Bragagni is the Vice President of PEMA (Ports Equipment Manufacturer Association), a board member of The Italian Chamber of Commerce in London, a member of the Carlton Committee, chairman and co founder of CAFC (Cass Alumni Friends of Conservatives) and co founder of the Italian Society of Cass Business School.

Outside of his working career, Dr Bragagni continues to develop academic interests. In 2000, he obtained a Masters at the University of Pisa. Most recently he returned to study and last year (2016) successfully completed an MBA degree (with merit) from the Cass Business School in London.

For three years running Dr Bragagni has received the Cerved Company to Watch Award for 2015, 2016 and 2017. Dr Bragagni has been awarded the Keynes Sraffa Award from the Italian Chamber of Commerce and Industry for UK, and Italian Embassy in the UK. The Commercial Developer of the Year Award from Knowsley Council, UK-Italy Business Awards from the UKTI.

This November 2017, will see Dr Bragagni receive the prestigious Big Ben Award, established in 2009. This Award will be presented to Dr Bragagni in recognition of his continued contribution and great efforts for the relationship between China and other nations.

Dr Bragagni has permanent residence in the UK since 2013. He has been married to his wife Alessandra and together they have four daughters.

He is the founder and chairman of charity Esharelife, as well as chairman of several startup companies.

Dr Bragagni is aslso a member of the Carlton Club, the In & Out Naval & Military Club, and the City University Club.