30 January 2018

Mario Mascolo joins GES team as Advisor for international expansion

Mario Mascolo joins GES team as Advisor for international expansion

GES team grows with Mario Mascolo as Advisor.

Mario Mascolo is a seasoned Senior Executive with more than 38 years of success across the industrial, manufacturing, consumer healthcare, and oil & gas industries. Throughout his executive career, Mr. Mascolo has held senior leadership positions at companies including most recently 3M, and at the beginnings Exxon Mobil Italy. In 2017 he has launched his own advisory and investment company, EMME Capital, where he serves as President.

Currently, he also holds senior advisor positions at leading international advisory firms such as Principal Expert at The European House Ambrosetti, Senior Advisor with NPV Europe Ltd., and Senior Advisor to FB Associati. This follows a three-decade executive career with 3M, where he rose from Marketing Manager for 3M Italy to President and Managing Director for 3M Greece in 2000 to VP of 3M EMEA Health Care Business in 2005, President and Managing Director of 3M Italy in 2007, to President of 3M EMEA in 2012 , before retiring as VP of Business Transformation for 3M EMEA in 2017.

With him GES business team acquires strength and prepares to reach next goals.

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