10 Jun Entrepreneurship
An increasing number of important personalities from the business world have become active on social networks. From thoughtful posts on LinkedIn to concise tweets, a good leader is able to take advantage of the features of a particular network so as to communicate their experience effectively.
Here is a list of entrepreneurs who have learned the art of social media. It’s really worth following them!
1. Mark Zuckerberg
The famous founder of Facebook is the most active – guess where ?! – on Facebook. He has 89,148,172 followers who read his posts about corporate culture, private life, philanthropic commitments and much more.
2. Renzo Rosso
The Italian entrepreneur Renzo Rosso is the founder of Diesel, a clothing company famous worldwide for denim. Nicknamed the “jeans genius”, Renzo is very active on social media, especially on Instagram, where he shares his photos from around the world with more than 114 thousand followers. Follow @renzorosso to discover the secrets of his work and his private life.
3. Richard Branson
Richard is the charismatic founder of Virgin Group, an international group the core business of which is travel, entertainment and lifestyle. @Richardbranson has 10.4 million followers and his Twitter profile focuses on his figure as an international persona who talks about his businesses and provides advice.
4. Federico Grom
Federico Grom is the founder (along with Guido Martinetti) of the homonymous ice cream company, which was recently sold to the multinational Unilever while remaining autonomous and still managed by the two entrepreneurs. Federico is very active on Facebook, where he communicates directly, asking for opinions regarding Grom’s initiatives, sharing thoughts and moments of his daily life.
5. Franca Sozzani
Franca Sozzani is the director of Vogue Italia, the most famous fashion magazine in the world. With more than 344,000 followers on Twitter, Franca shares the articles that are on the Vogue.it website, the portal dedicated to the fashion magazine.
6. Bill Gates
Despite being a well-known name, Bill Gates’s LinkedIn page is incredibly low-key, with a sparse list of qualifications and experiences. Most people know him as the co-founder of Microsoft, though currently he focuses more on his philanthropic commitments with the Bill & Melinda Foundation. Follow him, along with other 7,302,943 people, and don’t miss his LinkedIn updates. His messages cover a variety of topics including clean energy, teacher’s rights, vaccines and more.
7. J.K. Rowling
J.K. Rowling is the creative mind behind the best-selling Harry Potter book series. She is the founder of Children’s High Level Group (now Lumos), and is involved in many other charitable organizations. J.K. has 10.2 million followers on Twitter and uses the platform to share passions, literature and humanitarian issues. @jk_rowling is also famous for its very entertaining political provocations.