Hi, my name is Enrico Campana.



I was born in Italy in 1993 in a small town surrounded by the Alps, extremely interesting place for outdoors activities, history and nature lovers. I didn’t realize the beauty of it until I stepped outside the Italian borders. Right after High School I started a journey that deeply shaped my character, challenged my beliefs and enriched my soul. I learned invaluable lessons during these years. Eventually my hungry for knowledge and confrontation took over and decided to study Tourism Management in Amsterdam. For much I loved the subjects I couldn’t tolerate the extremely elementary environment I was in. As my study coach said to me before leaving “we took students by hand and fill their backpack with certificates and a nice looking CV”.
“If you ever find that you’re the most talented person in the room, you need to find another room.”
― Austin Kleon
I decided to go back to Italy to help my father’s vending machine company but never abandon my hunger for opportunities, new ideas to shape into reality, or at least trying to. I’m an extremely pragmatic person and at the same time very emotional and intuitive. It took me some time to learn how to conjugate these traits altogether and in a constructive way. For these reason I decided to leave the static framework of Italy for a more dynamic one. I’m currently living in Montreal. I’m looking for experiences, challenges for me to improve, to learn and to apply my knowledge. I would love to find an organization with common vision and help achieve our goals together.


Inholland University of Applied Science

Aug 2015 – Jan 2017

Tourism Management Course – HBO Certificate

This Bachelor Program was part of the Creative Business Faculty at Inholland University of applied Science in Amsterdam. The subjects were revolving around key tourism themes, including supporting subjects like English, IT, (financial) management, research, intercultural communication and marketing.

Personality type ISFP

During my studies at University I had to took a personality test. I was quite doubtful because I always tend to distrust any type of tests especially online ones. Though, I must admit that these results are surprisingly accurate. ISFP is an acronym used to describe one of the sixteen personality types (Myers-Briggs Type Indicator). It reflects an individual’s attitude toward the external world distinguished by the “direction of general interest” [Jung, 1971]   In the link below you can check in details of my results.