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 is chairman of Obiettivo Lavoro Group, which includes Obiettivo Lavoro, the seventh-largest Italian staffing firm in Italy, as per Staffing Industry Analysts’ largest staffing firms in Italy report. Before becoming chairman in 2005, he was the director of HR for CMC Group of Ravenna. Obiettivo Lavoro has more than 500 employees and 104 branch offices, spanning four staffing markets. Ramazza is an executive master of the London Business School.
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.
Stefano Colli-Lanzi is founder and CEO of Gi Group. The firm ranks among the globe’s largest staffing providers, operating directly in 28 countries with a partner network in 57 additional countries. Gi Group last year acquired Grafton Recruitment Europe Holding Ltd., a staffing provider in the Czech Republic, Poland, Slovakia and Hungary; and Marks Sattin, a player in financial services recruitment. Gi Group reported worldwide turnover increased 15% year over year in 2018 to €2.3 billion. Colli-Lanzi is also a professor of business administration at University Cattolica in Milan.
Rosario Rasizza, CEO of Openjobmetis, started his career in 1997 when he opened Temporary S.p.A. of Milan in Varese. In 2001, he guided the launch of a new employment agency and contributed toward the creation of Openjob S.p.A. Between 2003 and 2011, he guided Openjob through a series of acquisitions. In 2008, he was appointed Knight of the Italian Republic as well as chairman of the Italian Association of Employment Agencies. In 2015, CRIBIS D&B awarded Rating 1 to Openjobmetis, recognising the company at the highest level of economic and financial reliability — and in 2017, it further upgraded its rating to a CRIBIS Prime Company. In 2017, the group reported revenue of €583.9 million.
Luigi Brugnaro is president of Umana Holdings. In 1986, at the age 25, he founded EVERAP, a leading provider of commercial networks. In 1997, he founded Umana, which now has more than 700 employees and 126 branches. Between 2009 and 2013, he was president of Confindustria Venice (Italian employers’ federation). In October 2012, he was elected president of Assolavoro, which represents the staffing industry in Italy. In June 2015, Brugnaro was elected mayor of the city of Venice. He also owns Reyer Venezia, the oldest basketball sports club in Italy.
In February 2015, Stefano Scabbio was appointed president of Mediterranean Southern Europe Region. Scabbio joined ManpowerGroup in September 2003 as financial director of Italy. In 2006 he was appointed managing director of ManpowerGroup Italy and shortly after he became president. In 2008 he became a member of the EMEA strategic executive team. Then in 2010 with the newly created Southern Europe Region, his role expanded to regional managing director of Italy and Iberia. In 2014 Scabbio become president of Assolavoro, the Italian Association of Private Employment Agencies. Scabbio established LincMagazine, a ManpowerGroup newsletter that focuses on the economy and labour market in Italy and is the author of a variety of books, including Genesis reform: the new labour market.
Stefano Colli-Lanzi is founder and CEO of Gi Group. Established in Italy in 1998, Gi Group is 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. Colli-Lanzi is also vice chairman of Assolavoro (Italian National Association for Employment Agencies) and professor of business economics at the Milan Catholic University.
Federico Vione is regional head of Italy, Eastern Europe, Middle East, North Africa and India for Adecco. He originally joined Adecco in 1999 as branch manager and was soon promoted to zone manager for central Italy and has been a member of the executive committee since October 2009. Vione is Vice President of Assolavoro (Italian Association of Private Employment Agencies), Italy. Adecco was ranked 1st in Staffing Industry Analysts’ Largest Staffing Report in Italy, their revenue accounts for 15% of the Italian market share.
Stefano Scabbio was appointed president of ManpowerGroup’s Mediterranean Southern Europe Region in February 2015. Scabbio joined ManpowerGroup in 2003 as financial director of Italy. In 2006, he became managing director of ManpowerGroup Italy and shortly after he became president.In 2008 he was appointed to the EMEA Strategic Executive Team. And in 2010, with the newly created Southern Europe Region, his role expanded to regional managing director of Italy and Iberia.In November 2014, Scabbio become president of Assolavoro, the Italian Association of Private Employment Agencies.