Bibop Gresta

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Bibop G. Gresta
Born (1971-10-23) October 23, 1971 (age 46)
Italy
Residence Los Angeles
Alma mater University of Siena, University of Milan
Occupation Entrepreneur, speaker, new media, video DJ, actor, producer, and host
Known for Founding and selling Bibop S.p.a, co-founding Hyperloop Transportation Technologies, appearing in Italian TV and films

Bibop G. Gresta (born Gabriele Gresta) is the chairman of Hyperloop Transportation Technologies.

Gresta was born in Italy, and was passionate about music and computer programming from a young age. He participated in the Mato Grosso project that placed highly on the Italian dance music charts.[clarification needed] He subsequently became a producer, host and writer of TV programs on Italian national television, MTV Italy, and acted in a few Italian movies.

He founded Bibop, S.p.A., a content production and distribution company. In 1999 he sold 40% of the company to Telecom Italia for 11 bln IT lira. He was involved with a number of startups and new-media ventures, until moving to the United States in 2013. At the end of 2014 he co-founded Hyperloop Transportation Technologies, and has since appeared widely as a speaker extolling the technology.[1][2][3]

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