Gresy Daniilidis is an Italian-Greek entrepreneur based in Switzerland, considered a pioneer in digital marketing and online communication.
Her creativity together with her managerial skills have opened for prestigious collaborations and commercial assignments over the years. From the fashion industry to real estate, from design to hospitality, Gresy’s expertise has been applied to a wide range of industries creating a strong and complete experience in the luxury market. Her client portfolio includes Bulgari, Giorgio Armani, Cartier, Samsung, Ritz Carlton and Rolex.
Gresy’s always been keen on technology and this led her to carve out a space for herself in early 2009, when she coded her 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 panel about digital transformation in the fashion industry. Publications such as Elle and Marie Claire invited her to run columns about digital marketing and the strategies she was applying to her clients. Moreover, through the years, Gresy has been chosen as brand ambassador for several lifestyle brands like Park Hyatt, Samsung and La Martina Polo, 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.
Olympia Company is a tech company developing digital assets for real estate and luxury industries. Creating impactful technology solutions and marketing strategies for an authentic and future-proof digital presence. Counting on a forward-thinking team with more than 10 years of experience, Olympia builds strong digital architectures.
As a CEO committed to women empowerment and advocate for sustainability, Gresy founded Caveau, a women-led platform of pre-loved and collectible luxury goods with the mission to educate the younger generations to a conscious consumerism lowering fashion’s environmental impact.