Advisory Board

Nunatak Advisory Board

The Nunatak Group’s Advisory Board consists of experienced industry experts. Our board members get involved in projects, contribute with ideas and provide guidance to our team and help in strategic questions.

Prof. Dr. Claudia

Claudia Linnhoff-Popien holds the chair in „Mobile and Distributed Systems” at the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität in Munich. In addition to her teaching activities, she works together with renowned companies such as Siemens, BMW, VW and Munich Airport to implement innovative IT solutions.

Upon finishing her Ph.D. at the Technical University in Aachen she did postdoctoral research at the Washington University of St. Louis, Missouri, USA before she was appointed to a professorship at the LMU Munich in 1998. She is a founding member and chair of Digitale Stadt München e.V. and editor of the business magazine DIGITALE WELT.


Marco Janezic is an entrepreneur and investor active in a variety of sectors, such as media, biotech, IT, services and social impact. He is also a Founding Partner of Blue Ribbon Partners, a corporate finance boutique, where he is primarily responsible for media related projects.

Prior to his entrepreneurial endeavours, he worked in investment banking in the UK, as well as in management consulting in Germany.  He holds an M.A. in Theoretical Physics and Philosophy from the University of Oxford. In addition to other voluntary positions, he is a member of the German unit of the G8 Social Impact Investment Taskforce.

Emilio Galli

Emilio Galli Zugaro was Head of Group Communications of Allianz SE until 2015, for a total of 23 years – the longest serving individual in this function at a DAX company. Today, he advises young companies and coaches senior executives, besides holding advisory board positions such as at The Nunatak Group.

In the 1980s, Emilio studied political science in Würzburg and Rome and served in the public relations departments of various political institutions.

Furthermore, as a former journalist, he had worked, among other positions, for the German public television station ARD in Rome and as Wirtschaftswoche’s Italian correspondent.