Marco Fiorese is Co-Founder of The Monaco-Asia Society, a non-profit organization based in Monaco that is dedicated to humanitarian and environmental projects in several countries in Asia, and chaired by H.S.H. Prince Albert II.
The organization has been recognized for its multi-million dollar programme of reconstructing villages in Indonesia destroyed by the tsunami; building orphanages and youth training schools in Indonesia, and sustaining a protection programme of new marine life discovered in South-East Asia.
Fiorese is also Co-Founder of CODIMA Group, an independent investment company dedicated to direct investment activities in Europe and Asia, as well as the ZENZEN Co., the first Pan-Asian fast-food chain, which was nominated as best concept in the restaurant industry in Europe in 2007. Fiorese graduated in Business Economics at Bocconi University, Italy, and completed his studies at Harvard Business School (PGL).