Emmanuel has been working for more than 12 years at Autodesk. With more than seven years of experience as a BIM solutions expert on Autodesk Revit in Europe, Emmanuel Di Giacomo has a degree in architecture - 1993 - and has more than 25 years of experience in 3D technology for the architecture and building industry.
Currently responsible for BIM Ecosystem Business Development in Europe, his role is to ensure the whole AEC Industry is embracing the BIM revolution and expand its ecosystem as widely as possible by helping both private and public sectors in order to have a successful shift in the Industry.
Formerly BIM Technical Expert for Autodesk France, he has been promoting BIM solutions in France’s major architectural practices, design offices and construction companies in the building industry. He also ensured their technical and relational follow up as well as Autodesk’s Channel Network mentoring.
The role works with all EMEA sales teams to ensure Autodesk correctly understands and engages across the engineering, natural resources and infrastructure sectors. The focus is to support and influence both public and private sector supply chains from the top down at the owner/operator and project level.
He also trained some famous architectural practices in Europe in advanced modeling like Zaha Hadid Architecture and was in charge of Customer Successes with all Key Autodesk AEC customers in Europe like Bouygues, Vinci, Piero Lissoni and many others.
Formerly he has been leading the role of AEC Marketing Manager for 3 years at Autodesk and also product manager for 3 years in another company. Finally, he also loves making his Utopic City evolve and has many followers in the world: www.facebook.com/revitarchitectureutopiccity
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