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Marcolin names new CEO and general manager

Fabrizio Curci took up the position on 22 June

Fabrizio Curci
The Marcolin Group’s board of directors has appointed Fabrizio Curci as the new CEO and general manager of the eyewear company.

Mr Curci joined the company on 22 June. He moves from his previous position as CEO and general manager of international events company, Fiera Milano, which he had held from September 2017 to June this year.

Welcoming Mr Curci to “lead the business into its new phase of development,” Marcolin Group chairman, Vittorio Levi, said: “He is a seasoned executive with a vast and impressive international track-record in several industries. Fabrizio will lead Marcolin Group’s continued transformation and build upon its strategy to consolidate its global leadership in the eyewear industry.”

Mr Curci has significant experience in the automotive industry and has held executive roles of increasing responsibility over the years. Prior to joining Fiera Milano, he spent ten years at Fiat Chrysler Automobiles Group, becoming head of the Alfa Romeo brand for the EMEA region, and head of the Alfa Romeo global launch.

“I am pleased and proud to lead the management team of Marcolin Group and to step into this amazing industry, made of design, creativity and craftsmanship. It will be an exciting journey,” Mr Curci commented.