De Bacci Family Attends 6th Global Blockhain Congress

De Bacci Family attended the 6th Edition of Global Blockchain Congress in Dubai by invitation of Eric Brundage, Founder & CEO of Sand Spring Partners and Founder of MonacoLife magazine.

The mission of the Congress was to bring together blockchain startup founders and highly engaged investors from the MENA region, which has shown significant increase in technology startup funding.

During the first five editions, the Global Blockchain Congress has shown great success for all parties involved raising as much as 120$ Million in funds.

“This is an exclusive, closed-door, congress between investors and hand-picked Blockchain projects looking to raise funds. It is the only event of its kind and it will bring together qualified investors (VCs, Private Equity Firms, Family Offices, Crypto Funds and High Networth Individuals) with Blockchain startups looking to raise funds.”

Countess Elena De Bacci and Countessina Anna De Bacci represented De Bacci Foundation and exchanged new exciting ideas with the attendees of the Congress. Notable speakers included H.E. Hussain Mohammed Al Mahmoudi, CEO of Sharjah Research, Technology & Innovation Park, Minister Naokazu Takemoto, Minister of State for Science and Technology of Japan, Hadi Malaeb, Co-Founder & CEO of Agora Group, Pēteris Zilgalvis, Head of Unit – Digital Innovation & Blockchain at European Commission, Tatiana Koffman Investor & Columnist at Forbes, and others.

At the end of the panel discussions, mother and daughter have also given an interview to the cryptocurrency and blockchain media source CoinQuora.

As the Family Protection Ambassador and Founder of International Club for Children MareLucci, Countessina Anna De Bacci spoke about the importance of providing youth the basics of financial education:

“Today, traditional education is far from being enough. For young people, to be prepared for the future life and building family, it is crucially important to stay tuned with the current economics trends such as blockchain and cryptocurrency and, of course, understand how to use it.

It is also incredibly important to have access to the right circles in order to be able to create strong network with professional businessmen who can support, advise and guide the younger generation. So many great ideas are left behind just because it was not said at the right place and at the right time. That is why we need international business events such as Global Blockchain Congress.

We are happy to have been a part of this insightful and fruitful event and wish the organizers the very best in their upcoming endeavors.”

The full interview will be released soon.

De Bacci Family Takes Part in International Humanitarian Summit

On February 4, De Bacci Family attended the International Humanitarian Summit in Dubai by invitation of His Excellency Sheikh Nahayan Mabarak Al Nahayan, Minister of State for Tolerance in UAE.

The mission of the Summit was Building Stronger Global Human Fraternity for Tolerance and Coexisting. De Bacci family strongly supports its goals:

“International Humanitarian Summit will pave the way by gathering influential leaders and peace advocates by creating a dialogue towards the promotion of human fraternity and in the hope to achieve universal peace. It will also provide an opportunity to make and refine commitments of actions and pledges to face new challenges the world is encountering right now.”

During the Summit, a number of issues were addressed including COVID-19 and its shortcomings upon the communities, racism, tolerance, religious persecution and others.

“The Summit marks an important milestone towards establishing global cooperation and unity. This International Platform will provide highly interactive features which head to advocate and stand for humanitarian values like neutrality, impartiality, and independence which we can see that we lack nowadays in many places around the world.

“The recently signed declaration on Human Fraternity for World Peace and Living Together calls for people from around the world to rediscover and recommit to living out values that support a more peaceful future for all. In doing so, it includes reflections on the challenges of contemporary society and the role of religions in furthering world peace.”

The Summit was joined by influential leaders, governmental, human rights, educational, research, philanthropic and religious institutions, cultural associations, philosophers, artists, media professionals, and nongovernmental organizations.

Countess Elena De Bacci presented De Bacci Foundation’s initiative Culture Integration which has a primary goal to support culture integration between nations.

Countessina Anna De Bacci commented:

We are delighted to join this important conference that joined together so many conscious-minded people and humanitarians from all over the globe. Events as such are exactly what our world needs right now, because only united, in peace and love, we can become strong enough to overcome any challenges.

As God said,

“Finally, brothers and sisters, rejoice! Strive for full restoration, encourage one another, be of one mind, live in peace. And the God of love and peace will be with you.” (2 Corinthians 13:11)

De Bacci Family Joins FERW, ex-players and 18 Parliamentarians for Protecting Young Footballers Health Safety

De Bacci Family joins FIFA Ethics and Regulations Watch, former professional football players and Parliamentarians in a call for an urgent review into the possible link between footballers heading the ball and degenerative neurocognitive diseases.

In a letter addressed to Oliver Dowden, the Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, co-ordinated by Mickey Ambrose, a former Charton and Chelsea player, and signed by other professional football players, it was confirmed that football players were three-and-a-half times more likely to die of dementia and other neurological diseases than the general population.

“Following the study’s publication, the FA in parallel with UEFA’s medical committee published new guidelines that apply to all young players.

“Measures included a complete prohibition of header training for children below the age of 12 and a graduated process to headers there-after.”

Together with the players, De Bacci Family welcomes the aforermentioned measures but believes they should go further.

An almost identical letter, signed by a cross-party group of MPs and peers has been sent to Julian Knight, the chair of the Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee. It urges the Committee to examine the topic saying:

“A recent article in the Daily Mail reported on new research that showed just 20 headers with a modern ball are enough to immediately — and significantly — impact brain function.

“As another study from University College London (UCL) and Cardiff University, published in 2017 put it, the brains of the six players they looked at were similar to those of ex-boxers with changes that are often associated with repeated brain injury…

“Given football continues to be the UK’s most popular team sport with some 1.9 million participants in England alone, we think this an important public safety campaign that is worthy of support.

“We would further urge you to back an investigation into the current research, whether restrictions go far enough especially for adolescents and whether the support offered to former footballers suffering degenerative neurological diseases is adequate.”

Signatories of the letter include former Secretary of State for International Development Hilary Benn, former Labour leader Lord Kinnock, Conservative MP Peter Bone, DUP MP Jim Shannon, Lib Dem MP Daisy Cooper, Labour MPs Grahame Morris and Jamie Stone.

Alistair Thompson, the UK Campaign Director for FIFA Ethics and Regulations Watch, commented:

“This is why FERW supports the Mail’s campaign, why we believe that Parliament has a moral duty to investigate the possible link between heading the ball and conditions such as dementia and why MPs need to hold those in charge of the game of football to account.”

De Bacci Family praises Mr Thompson, the signatories of the letters above, as well as all players, past and present, their families and coaches, who have urged football’s authorities to take action against allowing footballers to head the ball in order to diminish chances of degenerative neurocognitive diseases.

Countessina Anna De Bacci, Ambassador of Family Protection, has spoken on behalf of De Bacci Family Foundation:

While we encourage active sports to improve and sustain health, we must remember that children are extremely vulnerable, especially when it comes to mechanical injuries. A seemingly innocent ball kick may result in a lifetime trauma.

It is our primary responsibility to provide safety for our children during sports and other physical exercises.

Herein, we call on all parents and coaches to eliminate the practice of ball heading during football games.

De Bacci Family in Alfie Best Business Magazine

Three members of De Bacci Family have given an interview to a leading British businessman and owner of Alfie Best Business and Alfie Best Business Group, Alfie Best, and his partner, Bradley Chapman.

Count Stefano De Bacci, who has been in business for over 30 years, was the first to meet the group in Mayfair, London, and discuss various business propositions.

Meanwhile, Countess Elena De Bacci spoke about her humanitarian and cultural projects, including the recent achievements with FIFA Ethics and Regulations Watch. Countess was honoured to appear on the cover of the magazine.

Countessina Anna De Bacci, who received a premium business education at the American University, shared her vision on the current state of global economy and presented projects of her Family Protection Foundation, such as International Educational Project for Children MareLucci.

De Bacci Family sends their great gratitude to Mr Best and Mr Chapman and wishes them success and prosperity in all their current and upcoming projects.

De Bacci Family Attends Fondation Prince Albert II de Monaco Award

On Saturday, Countess Elena De Bacci and Countessina Anna De Bacci attended Fondation Prince Albert II de Monaco Award at the Fairmont Monte-Carlo, Monaco.

The event was attended by His Serene Highness SAS PRINCE ALBERT II DE MONACO

Among other notable attendees, were Prince Michel de Yugoslavie Oliver Wenden, Honorary Consul of SVG in the Prinicpality of Monaco Giuseppe Ambrosio, Director of Innovator Capital and Elexsys Andrew Jennings, Founder of Clean Equity Monaco Conference 2020 Mungo Park, Business Developer in Europe Conor Barrett, and others.

De Bacci Family presented their sustainable energy projects and spoke on the future of environmental technology.

Together, we can make this world a greener, cleaner and safer place for all.

Anna De Bacci

The Award Ceremony was followed by a Gala Dinner organized by Clean Equity Monaco Conference 2020.

Welcome Message from De Bacci Family

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De Bacci Family