David Thual is the Managing Director of Insight Consulting. He holds a Master Degree in EU and International Law. After his graduation, he worked for the European Commission in Brussels but also in Geneva in the Delegation to the WTO. He has a strong experience with medias since he worked for four years as press attaché to the World Economic Forum during the Davos and Salzbourg meetings.
David advises several clients on their communication campaigns and their relations with European and International Institutions. His expertise cover questions linked to intellectual property, agriculture, health and consumer protection, environment and trade.
His working languages are French, English and Italian.
Daniela Ida Zandonà holds a Licence in Political Sciences and an M.A. from the College of Europe in Bruges (international section). She previously worked as an intern at the Permanent Representation of Italy (relations with the European Parliament) and worked for Ernst & Young on setting up European projects.
Daniela Ida manages EFOW – the European Federation of Origin Wines. She defines and implement EFOW’s lobbying and communication campaigns and is in charge of its relations with the European and International Institutions. Her expertise covers questions linked to agriculture, health and consumer protection, environment and trade.
Her working languages are French, English, Italian and Spanish.
Mathilde Chareyron holds a degree in Agricultural Engineering and an M.A. from KEDGE Business-School (Marseille) and specialized in Agricultural Economics and Policy. Before joining Insight, Mathilde gained experience within the French Permanent Delegation to the WTO, and worked for the FAO in Rome (in the Trade policy team) and for a European Trade Association on agricultural policy issues, EU single market, the Brexit and environmental and R&D issues.
Mathilde advises various clients on European policies and their relations with the institutions. She also manages oriGIn EU – the European antenna of the international organisation of products bearing a geographical indication – and its relations with the European institutions and communication campaigns. Her expertise covers issues related to agriculture, health and consumer protection, environment and trade.
Her working languages are French, English and Italian.