About marco ilardi
who is mARCO ILARDI
Marco Ilardi is a digital entrepreneur, mobile app developer, author and marketer specializing in brand SERPs and knowledge panels.
He is also a food blogger and director of the food magazine Cinque Gusti.
I was born in Naples in Italy I started my career as a researcher at the University of Naples then I moved to IBM for a few years before opening my own company Micropedia.
I have a degree in geology and at university I wrote several scientific publications, particularly of a geomorphological nature.
Later I also dealt with GIS and cartography also writing a software for the census of all the quarries of the Campania Region in Italy.
I then moved to IBM where I worked as a Visualstudio RPG and Lotus Notes programmer.
Then I was hired by a private company where I became IT technical director and then founded Ilpas Soluzioni Informatiche.
In 2015 I founded Micropedia which deals with both web and mobile application development and SEO and communication. I just wrote a book called Digital Food and I’m writing another one that talks about the right way to create your own digital entity on the web.
about marco ilardi
Born: May 12, 1970, Naples, IT
Full name: Marco Ilardi
Education: University of Naples Federico II
Job: Digital creator, Author, Web developer
Founder: Micropedia di Marco Ilardi
Books: Digital food. How new digital ideas can bring your business in the ho.re.ca sector to success
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My career summarized in a nutshell
2015-now I’m the CEO and founder of Micropedia my current company that deals with web development and corporate communication
ilpas soluzioni informatiche
2007-2015 I am the co-founder of Ilpas Soluzioni Informatiche, leader in Italy in the independent hearing center software market
2001-2007 I became the IT manager of this software house in Naples with a group of six developers.
1999-2001 I started as a .NET and RPG junior developer at an IBM premier partner engineering company
UNIVERSITY OF STUDY OF NAPLES
1996-1999 Researcher at the Department of Earth Sciences of the University of Naples