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Luigi Brugnaro

Luigi Brugnaro

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 114 branches. Between 2009-2013, he was President of Confindustria Venice (Italian employers’ federation). In October 2012 he was elected president of(…)

Stefano Colli-Lanzi

Stefano Colli-Lanzi

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(…)

Luigi Brugnaro

Luigi Brugnaro

Luigi Brugnaro is president of Italian staffing firm Umana Holdings. In 1986, at age 25, he founded Everap, a provider of commercial networks, which he still co-owns. In 1997, he founded Umana, which today has more than 700 employees and 114 branches. From 2009 to 2013, he was president of Confindustria Venice (Italian employers’ federation).(…)

Stefano Scabbio

Stefano Scabbio

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(…)

Alessandro Ramazza

Alessandro Ramazza

Alessandro Ramazza is chairman of ObiettivoLavoro Group, which includes ObiettivoLavoro, the seventh largest Italian staffing firm in Italy, according to Staffing Industry Analysts research.Before becoming chairman in 2005, he was the HR department director of CMC Group of Ravenna and then at the Rodano consortium of Reggio Emilia. ObiettivoLavoro has more than 500 employees and(…)

Stefano Colli-Lanzi

Stefano Colli-Lanzi

Stefano Colli-Lanzi is chief executive officer of Gi Group, an Italian staffing firm that operates directly or through partnerships in more than 30 countries worldwide. He has extensive professional and managerial experience and established Gi Group in 1998. The company is ranked the eighth-largest staffing firm in Europe by Staffing Industry Analysts. Colli-Lanzi is also(…)

Maurizio Uboldi

Maurizio Uboldi

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(…)

Stefano Colli-Lanzi

Stefano Colli-Lanzi

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(…)

Maurizio Uboldi

Maurizio Uboldi

Maurizio Uboldi is international global head for Gi Group. Since January 2007, Uboldi has been responsible for the company’s international expansion programme. The company operates directly or through partnerships in more than 30 countries worldwide. In 1997, Uboldi co-foundedCronos Spa (Temporary Employment) and was member of the board from 1999 until 2002. He also has(…)

Maurizio Uboldi

Maurizio Uboldi

Since 2007, Maurizio Uboldi has been responsible for the M&A strategy and international expansion of Gi Group, one of the world’s leading HR companies providing a full range of services for the development of the labour market. Gi Group reported turnover of €2 billion in 2017. Founded in Italy in 1998, Gi Group operates in more than 40 countries worldwide, either directly or(…)