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Adecco appoints New Chief Business Development & Marketing Officer
Adecco, the world leader in human resource (HR) services today announced the appointment of Annalisa Gigante (42) as the new Chief Business Development & Marketing Officer as of September 1st, 2008. She will take on the open position in the Executive Committee and report directly to the Adecco Group Chief Executive Officer, Dieter Scheiff.
Zürich, Switzerland, Jun 3, 2008
"I am pleased to welcome Annalisa Gigante, bringing an international career with broad experience in business development, marketing and industry insights to the Group needed to continue Adecco's strategic focus." said Adecco Group CEO Dieter Scheiff.
Annalisa Gigante started her professional career with Bain & Company in Italy. Between 1992 and 2000 she held various senior positions in marketing and strategy responsible for the EMEA region at the Monsanto International headquarter in Brussels. From 2000 to 2004 Annalisa was Director for Global Strategy and Business Development at Manpower before she decided to take a career break after the birth of her daughter. In 2006 Annalisa Gigante joined Royal DSM N.V., the Dutch Life Sciences and Materials Sciences Company, as Vice President for Commercialization, Innovation and Product Launch.
Annalisa Gigante holds a MA from Cambridge University and an MBA from SDA Bocconi in Milano. She is Board Member of the European Professional Women's Network and Co- Author of "Women on Boards - Moving Mountains" (2007). Annalisa is married and has one child.
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