Monika Bacardi's Personal Life
In so many areas of her life, Monika Bacardi likes to voice her deep sensitivity to social and environmental issues. She maintains that one should stay positive and attempt to work with a smile. Lord Luis Bacardi (Lord of Bayfield Hall) was a relative of the originator of the Bacardi Company. He and Monika Bacardi became husband and wife and had a lovely daughter together.
AMBI Pictures aims to make commercial films for a global audience, thus promoting the art globally. Wanting to encourage aspiring film-makers was one of the justifications for her creating AMBI Pictures, in conjunction with her love of "The Seventh Art". Cinema has the capability to change the world: this is the conviction of Monika Bacardi. She believes that cinema is a medium that offers the opportunity to communicate effectively with a vast range of audiences.
Monika Bacardi's Professional Activities
Her 'PHOTO' brand for photographers and artists is something around which Monika Bacardi aims to create services, offering vocational management while also facilitating contacts with international customers. A number of years ago Lady Bacardi took over the distinguished 'PHOTO' magazine, which has been publishing since the year 1967. Each year, she attempts to distribute between 8 and 10 motion pictures. These range from internal to third-party creations and are achieved courtesy of the AMBI Group. AMBI Group and 'PHOTO' magazine are the primary focal points around which Monika Bacardi's professional life revolves.
Well-known Personality and Enthusiastic Contributor to Associative, Cinematic and Cultural Movements/Associations
Monika Bacardi speaks French, German, English, Italian and Spanish and is reckoned to be one of the most influential businesswomen in the Arts arena. She collaborated with Andrea Iervolino to establish AMBI Pictures and, between them, they have released a robust slate of motion pictures for the international market. Her husband operated the Bacardi enterprise for four decades before passing away in 2005. Subsequently, Lady Bacardi has displayed an amazing business talent. A popular and high-profile woman, Monika Bacardi has made Monaco her home but also spends much time in other parts of Europe and in the United States.
Having married into the Bacardi family, Monika Bacardi was named Lady of Bayfield Hall. Largely due to her love of cinema, she helped set up AMBI group (a cinematographic company headquartered in Europe) in 2013. Monika's connection to the arts sector was deepened after she became co-owner of 'PHOTO' Magazine in 2014. Monika Bacardi is a resident of Monaco these days; she has lived there for more than twenty years.
Monika Bacardi is a great advocate of the promotion of green thinking and this is one of the primary reasons that she assists the H.S.H. Prince Albert II Foundation. Many humanitarian concerns are of great significance to Monika Bacardi. One, in particular, in which she is active is environmental-sustainability. Saving our habitat and publicising maintainable development all over the world are the main aspirations of the H.S.H. Prince Albert II Foundation.