Gresy Daniilidis is an Italian-Greek digital entrepreneur based in Switzerland, considered a pioneer in marketing and communication luxury industry. Her creative vision has deep roots in the knowledge and love of historical and modern art, music and cinema.
Her sophisticated and timeless aesthetic, her ability to forecast trends together with her managerial skills have opened for exclusive and prestigious collaborations and commercial assignments. Gresy aims contribute to a future of innovative digital ideas and new levels of consumerism where sustainability will be of utmost importance.
Today she works with global, luxury brands on their ongoing digital and sustainable transformation. Her client portfolio includes global luxury brands such as Bulgari, Tom Ford, Giorgio Armani, Cartier, Guerlain.
Gresy’s always been keen on technology and this led her to carve out a space for herself, in 2009 she created the blog Corrieredellamoda.com, before the mass phenomenon started. This signed the beginning of her career at the age of 17, while studying at Scientific School.
In few months, she attracted the attention of the media, Rai1 Italian Television asked her to host a talk about the digital transformation in the fashion industry. Several publications such as Elle, Marie Claire and Glamour invited her to run columns about digital marketing and the latest communication strategies she was applying to her clients. Through the years, Gresy has been chosen as brand ambassador for several lifestyle brands such as Park Hyatt, Samsung or La Martina and she has been the face for the Cartier Love bracelet international digital campaign.
While pursuing her degree in Business Administration, Management and Finance at Bocconi University in Milan, Gresy opened her first company.
Today The Olympia Company provides digital services, marketing strategies and creative solutions for luxury brands. This forward-thinking team of professionals operates all over Europe focusing on Fashion, Design, Hospitality and Real Estate.
In late 2021, she launched Caveau, a platform of pre-loved luxury goods for the Swiss market. Expanding her commitment to a sustainable fashion industry, the mission is to educate the younger generations to a conscious consumerism lowering fashion's environmental impact.