Vincenzo Cremonini, born in Modena on June 18, 1964, is CEO of Cremonini.
He studied in the United States and, in 1988, he graduated in Business Administration at Boston University. On his return to Italy, in the same year, he took on the role of Sole Director of Foodservice System Italia, a Cremonini Group company that managed the "Burghy" restaurants, the first Italian fast-food chain. Under his guidance, this chain began its great success and development, reaching 96 points of sale throughout Italy in 1996. In the same year, "Burghy" was sold to McDonald's. Immediately after the sale of Burghy, Vincenzo Cremonini became CEO of Inalca, a leading industry in Italy and one of the world's leading industries in the processing and marketing of beef. In March 2001, he assumed the position of Managing Director of Cremonini, a position which he still holds today, in addition to being Chairman of Roadhouse, Director of Chef Express and Director of Marr.
From June 1, 2018, he has been General Representative of Confindustria Emilia for the four-year period 2018-2022.