News: Adecco Group appoints new Country Manager & Managing Director for India

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Adecco Group appoints new Country Manager & Managing Director for India

The Adecco Group India has announced the appointment of the new Country Manager & MD of the company.
Adecco Group appoints new Country Manager & Managing Director for India

The Adecco Group India has appointed Marco Valsecchi as the Country Manager & MD of the company. Marco will oversee the Adecco General Staffing, Professional Staffing, Spring Professional and Lee Hecht Harrison businesses in India.

Marco takes over from Priyanshu Singh, who led the company in India for the past two years. Marco joined the organization in June 2017 as the Chief Financial Officer, a role which he will continue to oversee in the interim.

Ian Lee, Regional Head, Asia Pacific, Adecco Group shares, “Marco is a proven leader with a deep understanding of our business operations and a clear vision for the future. All of us at Adecco have every confidence in his ability to oversee and manage country operations as we continue to move forward and grow. We would also like to thank Priyanshu for his service and many contributions to Adecco.” 

On being asked about his role and plans at Adecco India, Marco shares, “I look forward to working with the rest of the Adecco leadership team to create value for our employees, clients, and candidates with opportunities to continue to grow as part of a dynamic company.” 

Before joining Adecco group, Marco served as the Managing Director for Punkt in Lugano, Switzerland. He comes with over 20 years of experience in Finance and Investment and has worked with companies like Randstad (Netherlands, India, and Italy), Morgan Stanley & Nextra Investment Management.  

Topics: Appointments, Leadership

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