Annachiara Danieli has spent most of her career in engineering and manufacturing focusing on innovative products and processes. Her major experience has been with Daneco, an international environmental engineering and contracting company she owned and ran for 15 years before selling it to Asea Brown Boveri and Tecnimont/Montedison. Then, in 2004/2005, as director of the Udine Tech Park, Annachiara played a pivotal role in the creation and launch of IGA (the Institute of Applied Genomics), an international center of research in the genetics and genomics of living organisms. In 2001, Annachiara moved to New York from Udine, her home town, and later graduated from the School of Journalism in Science and Environmental Reporting at New York University. She now regularly writes a column on high tech and innovation topics for Italian audiences.
Golden Seeds plays an instrumental role in supporting women to utilize both their intrinsic and financial capital to its full potential. They identify and invest in women-led ventures with the potential to grow into multi-million dollar business while enabling accredited investors to invest alongside them. Golden Seeds provides entrepreneurs with strategic business advice as well as access to funding and the tools to enable them to grow into multi-million dollar businesses.