Dante Michael Anthony Vitoria is a man of word and a man of virtue. Born and brought up in New York, Dante attended New York University and Columbia University. He is proud to have inherited his work ethic from his hard-working immigrant parents, who were determined to work hard and provide for their families.
PERSONAL AND PROFESSIONAL LIFE OF DANTE MICHAEL ANTHONY VITORIA.
Dante Vitoria has 30 years of experience and is the founder and CEO of the Vitoria group, a company based in Brooklyn, New York, USA. The Vitoria Group is a customer-focused organisation. They offer a variety of business services, such as venture capital and consulting.
The Vitoria Group also assists with mergers and acquisitions and assists new businesses in locating active and working minority partners.
Dante believes in keeping his personal and professional life separate and also believes that both need equal management and time in order to be successful. He is a happily married man who is also the proud owner of a three-pound Yorkshire Terrier. This furry child enriches his life and completes his family.
ABOUT THE VITORIA GROUP, LLC.
Dante Michael Anthony Vitoria is the sole shareholder and owner of the Vitoria Group, as well as the owner of Links to Legends. Links to Legends specialises in the planning and execution of golf tournaments and celebrity speaking events.
Dante claims that The Vitoria Group, LLC arose from the work he was trained to do. "During the early stages of my career, I worked for other firms and gained experience that has served me well. Many Wall Street executives aspire to run their businesses. It takes a lot of courage to strike out on your own. As it has been for me, it can be extremely satisfying. I'm glad I took advantage of the opportunity."
MORE INSIGHTS FROM THE LIFE OF DANTE ANTHONY VITORIA.
Dante Anthony Vitoria has learned to share his knowledge and experience with others through various mediums, media outlets, and a personal blog.
"Learn something from everyone you meet throughout the day," he advises his younger self. Every day and every person is an opportunity to learn something new."
Dante aspires to have a strong work ethic and a strong sense of self. "Whatever I do, I do it well," he says. For the things I don't do well, I'm wise enough not to waste time or risk making matters worse. Instead of attempting to work on things I don't understand, I delegate them to experts. If my car needs repairs, I take it to a mechanic. We call a plumber if the plumbing becomes clogged. It's critical to stick to what you do well."
As a three-time cancer survivor, Dante’s zeal and positive outlook on everything made him both humble and optimistic.