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Andrea Magnabosco - Italy

Andrea MagnaboscoAndrea has more than 15 years of experience in both national and international executive search industry, managing assignments for top and middle management levels. He is based at InterSearch Italy in Milan where he leads a qualified team of consultants and researchers, personally partnering with a variety of multinational and middle-sized clients in different sectors. The team is strongly focused on quality of delivery, speed of execution, long-term relationship with clients.

In 2015 he became the Global Practice Leader of the InterSearch Automotive Practice Group, and in 2017 was appointed as a member of the InterSearch Worldwide Board of Directors. As Practice Leader, he is also account manager of Fiat Chrysler Automotive/CNH Industrial Group in Europe.

Before joining InterSearch Italy in 2012, Andrea was Group Recruiting Manager for a leading international company in the steel sector and worked as executive search and HR consulting. Besides executive search his competencies include talent acquisition, global recruitment project management, scouting/mapping/benchmarking, people management and company start-up.

Andrea is fluent in Italian, English and French. He earned a degree in philosophy from the University of Milan.

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