Marco Bruzzi

Co-Founder & Chief Executive Officer

Entrepreneur Marco Bruzzi is the CEO of MB America, with headquarters in Miami. Marco set up MB America in 2013 in Miami, having previously spent almost 20 years developing and implementing successful business ideas and projects, and managing a wealthy property portfolio.

Born and raised in Italy, Marco earned a Master’s Degree in Political Science at Bologna University before joining the graduate training program at Whirlpool Europe. After that experience, he worked for over 8 years at an Italian leading business consulting firm. A great job that saw him develop his management skills. At the age of 32 he chose to set up in business for himself.

Respected for his integrity, openness and honesty, Marco has led successful businesses for over almost 15 years, backed by great teams. Under Marco’s direction, MB America has progressed from property investment into business development, consulting on the hiring of licensed professionals for architecture and design services.

An experienced ocean sailor with an Atlantic crossing completed in 2012, with his company Marco sponsored the Orange Bowl International Youth Regatta, the largest youth sailing regatta in the United States. He contributed to the rebuild of a sporting infrastructure damaged by the earthquake that affected Italy’s Emilia Romagna region in 2012. MB America has been a Senior Leader of the Miami Children Health (MCH) Foundation’s Corporate Leader Program. Marco also served as Vice President of the Filippo Marazzi Foundation (FFM) in Italy and the U.S. In 2017 MB America and the FFM received the Military Child Education Coalition’s (MCEC) Pete Taylor Partnership of Excellence Award – K-12 category – for their Italian Cooperative Program (ICP) for the development and teaching of the Italian language and culture in Florida. In 2017, together with his family, he started a non profit project aimed to provide healthcare access in rural areas thanks to the use of telemedicine devices. In addition to a mission in an orphanage in Cancún (Mexico), and with the support of the Nicklaus Children’s Hospital in Miami, they refurbished a clinic at Casa Guatemala, a children’s village in the Rio Dulce region, Guatemala. Marco is currently busy with the development of a sustainable solution to give access to education and healthcare in rural areas and/or underdeveloped countries. 

Monica Melotti

Co-Founder & Chief Design Officer

A native of Italy, Monica has been guiding architecture and interior design projects in Italy for over 15 years. Initially an aspiring professional ballerina, her penchant for creating beauty led her to attend architectural school, where she discovered her true calling. She received her Master Degree in Architecture from the University of Florence (Italy) and begun her career as the co-founder and principal of her own architecture firm.

After relocating to Miami in 2013, together with her husband Marco Bruzzi, she co-founded MB America, with headquarters in Miami.

Her designs not only seek to create a unique identity for each project and to interpret her clients’ lifestyle but to blend elements of the indoors and outdoors harmoniously. During her career, Monica has successfully completed numerous complex projects in a wide range of building types including Hospitality, Residential, Nautical and Commercial. She contributed to the rebirth of historical landmarks such as Al Capone’s former mansion in Miami Beach (U.S.) and Richard Ginori factory in Milan (Italy). Through feasibility studies and investment analysis, she has assisted her clients in making decisions on property investments, in exploring the best use of their properties and in building distinctive and diversified portfolios.

MB America has been a Senior Leader of the Miami Children Health (MCH) Foundation’s Corporate Leader Program. Monica also served as Vice President of the Filippo Marazzi Foundation (FFM) in Italy and the U.S. In 2017 MB America and the FFM received the Military Child Education Coalition’s (MCEC) Pete Taylor Partnership of Excellence Award – K-12 category – for their Italian Cooperative Program (ICP) for the development and teaching of the Italian language and culture in Florida. In 2017, together with her family, she started a non profit project aimed to provide healthcare access in rural areas thanks to the use of telemedicine devices. In addition to a mission in an orphanage in Cancún (Mexico), and with the support of the Nicklaus Children’s Hospital in Miami, they refurbished a clinic at Casa Guatemala, a children’s village in the Rio Dulce region, Guatemala.