Corporate Partnership – Gi Group joins Rome Business School’s Corporate Network
The Corporate Education Department of Rome Business School has developed a Network entirely dedicated to the executive world, whose goal is to offer numerous benefits to the various companies and organizations with which it collaborates, with the aim of creating a long lasting partnership over the years, thanks also to the support of Claudia Grillo, Corporate Education Consultant of Rome Business School.
In this regard, we are happy to announce our new collaboration with Gi Group, the first Italian multinational of work, as well as one of the main realities, worldwide, in services dedicated to the development of the job market.
Thanks to the internationalization process, which began in 2007, today Gi Group operates, directly or with strategic partnerships, in over 57 countries in Europe, America, Asia and Africa.
The Group is also a Global Corporate Member of WEC – World Employment Confederation – the International Confederation of Employment Agencies.
In 2020 it served more than 20,000 companies with a turnover of 2.5 billion euros. The group has over 500 branches all over the world and can count on more than 4500 employees.
“We are pleased about announcing the collaboration with Gi Group – says Antonio Ragusa, Dean of Rome Business School – the synergy with this excellent organization is destined to increase the value created for students. Gi Group’s unique know-how and skills in the human resources sector are a source of great enrichment and stimulus for all of us. At the same time, as Rome Business School we will make our educational skills, the talent of our students and our international network available to Gi Group, to create a common growth path, exchange and mutual support”.
“We are excited about this partnership and we hope it will be always more profitable and solid. Committed to bring students closer to the companies, facilitating their entry into the world of work. Through this collaboration we would like to give a concrete contribution to the employability of the students of Rome Business School, centre of excellence in professional training “says Ginevra Manacorda, Search & Selection Senior Specialist – Gi Group.