Since May 2011, Antonio Salvatore Grazianohas held the position of Vice-President at Huawei’s European Public Affairs and Communications Office in Brussels.
Mr Graziano holds a B.Sc. Honours in Electrical and Electronic Engineering and a Master's certificate in Business administration from the University College of Cardiff, UK. Starting off as an engineer for AB Electronics Newport, Wales, he spent nine years at Matsushita Electric (Panasonic) Television Division, where he held senior European and international positions. He went on to join EACEM (the former European Association of the Consumer Electronic Manufacturer) where he was appointed Technical Officer charged with organising, coordinating and administering EACEM's Technical Committee liaisons with standardisation institutes and EU legislators and with providing expert information and advice on regulatory issues.
In 2001, Mr Graziano joined DIGITALEUROPE, the organisation representing the ICT industry in Brussels, to become their Director of Public Affairs with a specific focus on technical and environmental policy and regulation.
All-day conference about how the European policy-making will have to adapt to the digital transformation.
This event will see the launch of a report on EU-China relations and discuss issues such as trade and investment, industrial cooperation and innovatio