Vito Giovannetti Featured as Global Innovator at Roots Tech 2020
Schulich alumni, Vito Giovannetti (BBA’14), was recently honoured as a Global Innovator at Roots Tech 2020, hosted in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Roots Tech is a four-day event dedicated to celebrating family, discovering family histories, and connecting the living to their ancestors and each other. At this year’s 10th anniversary, Vito introduced his Treasured platform and its flagship product, Treasure World.
“For a small Canadian company to debut right after Ancestry.com and before Findmypast.com, two of the biggest companies in the industry, was exciting for our team,” said Vito. “Our company has been serving an audience with a deep passion for family history, preserving memories, and engaging younger audiences.”
Co-founded by Vito and Nikita Varabei in 2017, Treasured is in the business of making memories last forever. Their platform allows families to upload, organize and arrange their media in the first-ever 3D family museum. The museum is a place to preserve stories and consolidate their genealogy for future generations to explore.”
Vito is highly active and well-respected within the Schulich community. After graduating from Schulich’s Bachelor of Business Administration in 2014 and receiving The Peterson Family Gold Medal & Scholarship in Entrepreneurial Studies, he is now the Chapter President of the Schulich Entrepreneurial Alumni Association (SEAA). He is also the host of Schulich IDEAJAM and the co-host of the Schulich Startups Podcast series.
“The Schulich community is strong and vibrant. It has connected me with amazing alumni from all over the world and allowed me to further strengthen my relationships within the entrepreneurial community,” shared Vito.