Emiliano Rattin

Brand & Creative Manager



Emiliano joined the Good Governance Institute in 2014 and is GGI’s creative manager. He has more than 15 years’ experience in creative, advertising and communication departments, having developed his career across healthcare, higher education, sportswear, fashion, leisure, health and wellbeing, and hospitality clients.

At GGI Emiliano is responsible for developing strategies and managing marketing and communication campaigns across print, broadcast and online platforms to ensure that products and services meet client expectations and to build the credibility of GGI’s brand.

He has also worked as project manager on the Festival of Governance and the Governance Review, been part of the University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay Foundation Trust communication campaign, the COVID-19 and Illumination bulletin series, Good Governance TV team and the Barefoot Opera comms campaign. He’s also involved in the National Commission project and GGI Academy.

Emiliano’s previous experience includes being communication manager for a large health-related company and junior art director for a communication agency, primarily focusing on the health, sport and fashion industry.

The process that Emiliano follows which helps motivate him to create and develop a great idea is: ‘Think, Act, Invent!’. One of Emiliano’s defining attributes is his ability to identify and respond to emerging trends with innovative solutions. He is able to do this quickly and effectively, utilising his communication skills to ensure the best outcome for business.

When he is not glued to the computer, Emiliano enjoys exploring the world by traveling, socialising with his friends and enjoying the Arts scene.