Italian

Stefano Colli-Lanzi

Stefano Colli-Lanzi

Gi Group
Founder and CEO

Stefano Colli-Lanzi is founder and CEO of Gi Group. Established in 1998 in Italy, Gi Group is one of the world’s leading HR companies, providing a range of services for the development of the labour market. Gi Group now operates in more than 40 countries worldwide, either directly or through strategic partnerships. Colli-Lanzi is the vice chairman of Assolavoro (Italian National Association for Employment Agencies) and is a professor of business economics at the Milan Catholic University.

Maria Raffaella Caprioglio

Maria Raffaella Caprioglio

Umana SpA
President

Maria Raffaella Caprioglio is president of Umana SpA, the fifth-largest staffing firm in Italy with more than 130 branches throughout Italy. She joined Umana in 1998, and in 2001 joined Umana’s board of directors. Caprioglio became VP in 2007 and president in 2012. Caprioglio’s career took off when, at the age of 23, she joined what was then known as the Industrial Association for the province of Venice, becoming the first woman to hold office within that organisation. Caprioglio is a member of the general council of industrial association Assolombarda Confindustria Milano and is a member of its ICT Group Council and Business Services committee.

Maria Raffaella Caprioglio

Maria Raffaella Caprioglio

Umana SpA
President

Maria Raffaella Caprioglio is president of Umana Spa, which ranked No. 5 on Staffing Industry Analysts’ 2016 list of largest staffing firms in Italy. At the age of 23, she joined the then Industrial Association for the province of Venice, becoming the first woman to hold office within that organization. In 1998, Caprioglio left Confindustria to join Umana, and in 2001 she joined Umana’s board of directors. She became VP in 2007 and president in 2012.

Caprioglio is a member of the general council of Assolombarda Confindustria Milano, Monza and Brianza; vice chairman of the Ict Group; and president of the Professional Services Section.

Federico Vione

Federico Vione

Adecco
Chief Sales and Innovation Officer

At the end of 2015, Federico Vione was appointed chief sales and innovation officer for Adecco. He originally joined Adecco in 1998 as a temp. In 2001 he became country manager of Ajilon Italy and then Switzerland in 2003. In 2005, Vione was appointed project leader, global account management, and subsequently head of Eastern Europe & Russia. In 2008, he was appointed country manager of Adecco Italy and in 2009 regional head of Italy, Eastern Europe & MENA. In 2011, he assumed responsibility of India & North Africa. Vione has been president and then VP of Assolavoro (Italian Association of Private Employment Agencies) till 2015.

Maurizio Uboldi

Maurizio Uboldi

Gi Group
Head of International Business

Since 2007, Maurizio Uboldi has been responsible for the international expansion programme of Gi Group, one of the world’s leading companies providing services for the development of the labour market. Thanks to direct presence and partnerships, the company now operates in more than 40 countries worldwide. Uboldi has extensive experience and knowledge of global labour markets. Uboldi attended Bocconi University in Milan and the London Business School.

Federico Vione

Federico Vione

The Adecco Group
Regional Head of North America, UK & Ireland, Adecco and Pontoon

Federico Vione first joined The Adecco Group in 1999 as branch manager and has held a variety of leadership roles since; he was appointed regional head of North America, UK & Ireland, Adecco and Pontoon in April 2017 and has been a member of The Adecco Group Executive Committee since 2009. Other roles include chief sales and innovation officer from October 2015 to March 2017; regional head of Italy, Eastern Europe & India from 2011 to 2015 (including MENA as of 2012); and regional head of Italy and Eastern Europe from October 2009 to August 2011. Vione served as VP of Assolavoro Italy between 2010 and 2012.

Alessandro Ramazza

Alessandro Ramazza

ObiettivoLavoro
President

Alessandro Ramazza is president of ObiettivoLavoro, the fifth-largest Italian staffing firm. Before becoming president in 2005, he was director of the human resources groups CMC of Ravenna and then Rodano consortium of Reggio Emilia. ObiettivoLavoro has more than 800 employees and 172 branches offices (160 in Italy and 12 in other parts of Europe and South America). Ramazza has a degree in business economics and a master’s from the London Business School.

Sergio Picarelli

Sergio Picarelli

The Adecco Group
Regional Head of North America, UK & Ireland Professional Staffing

Sergio Picarelli is The Adecco Group’s regional head of North America, UK & Ireland Professional Staffing and is responsible for global oversight of Lee Hecht Harrison, General Assembly, Badenoch+Clark, Spring Professional and Pontoon. He was previously regional head of Italy, Eastern Europe and MENA for the Adecco Group since October 2015 and has been a member of its executive committee since 2009. Picarelli first joined Adecco in 1993, holding several leadership positions before becoming country manager of Adecco Italy & Switzerland from 2005 to 2009 (Switzerland until the end of 2008). He was the group’s chief sales officer from 2009 to September 2015.

Rosario Rasizza

Rosario Rasizza

Openjobmetis
CEO

Rosario Rasizza is CEO of Openjobmetis, which he launched (as Openjob) in 2000 to take advantage of the rapidly developing staffing market and was rebranded in 2012 following the acquisition of Metis. In 2003, he embarked on a rapid expansion scheme through a series of acquisitions. Rasizza was awarded the Order of Merit of the Italian Republic in 2008 and was nominated president of Assosomm, an association representing employment agencies in Italy, in 2013. He founded Globalservice in the early 1990s and in 1997, with the introduction of new legislation regulating temporary agencies in Italy, Rasizza opened the firsttemporary staffing agency in Varese.

Maria Raffaella Caprioglio

Maria Raffaella Caprioglio

Umana SpA
President

Maria Raffaella Caprioglio is president of Umana SpA, which ranked fifth on Staffing Industry Analysts’ 2017 list of largest staffing firms in Italy. She joined Umana in 1998, and in 2001 joined Umana’s board of directors. Caprioglio became VP in 2007 and president in 2012. Her career took off when, at the age of 23, she joined what was then known as the Industrial Association for the province of Venice, becoming the first woman to hold office within that organisation. Caprioglio is a member of the general council of industrial association Assolombarda Confindustria Milano and is a member of its ICT Group Council and Business Services committee.

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