Meet Véronique Rapetti
Véronique is an amazing trilingual, strategic and impact-focused Learning & Leadership professional.
She has over 25 years of experience in learning & development, entrepreneurship, strategic execution and commercial focus. She is an advocate and strongly believer in the power of unlocking entrepreneurial skills and mindset to support personal and professional growth, innovation and new thinking to solve problems.
In her recent roles, she worked with over 300 founders providing them with the tools, knowledge and confidence to launch and grow their business, and while at Rainmaking Innovation Ltd- ASPIRE, she worked with large organisations supporting their international corporate innovation projects.
Véronique has been involved in various entrepreneurial projects during her career including the launch of a training business unit for a large conference group, the launch of the first french radio in London; managed large scale events/concerts while at Wembley Stadium; she project managed consulting projects within the financial sector while working at Bloomberg and Moody’s Analytics, and consulted on strategy execution of international initiatives.
In her spare time, she divides her time between various non for profit activities: She is the President of the Young Chamber of Commerce F-GB in London and has been for many year; she is a business mentor and supports various projects witin the French community (ESCP Alumni, FAFGB); she also loves working with individuals and help them with their business ideas and career change challenges.
Véronique is fluent in French, Italian and English. She grew up in the south of France where she spent most of her youth, before moving to Hamburg (Germany) and Oxford (UK) to complete her European Master in Law & Economics. She is now settled in London.
She received the Freedom of the City of London in December 2018 for her various pro-bono activities and work and in 2011 was nominated for the most influential French Londoners awards.
As of 1st January 2022, she was awarded the highest French Order of Merit: she became a “Chevalier de la Legion d’Honneur” (Knight of the National Order of the Legion of Honour).