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Silei the former Ducati NA CEO to lead Dainese now

Silei the former Ducati NA CEO to lead Dainese now

Snapshot: Cristiano Silei has been appointed as new Chief Executive officer of the Italian protective wear maker Dainese.

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Cristiano Silei has been appointed as new Chief Executive officer of the Italian protective wear maker Dainese. Silei have an expierence of nearly 20 years with Ducati, and he has also joined the Dainese’s Board of Directors. Silei has served Ducati with doing many roles including director of corporate strategy and product development, vice president of sales and marketing and two stints as CEO of Ducati North America.Silei stated that “Dainese is one of those rare companies to have truly created a new market through technology and innovation, and I am honored to have been chosen to lead the company,”The outgoing CEO Federico Minoli who has been replaced by Silei is now assumed to lead the role ofChairman. “Cristiano is the perfect person to lead Dainese, and will contribute his unique experience and skills to accelerate its international expansion and product innovation,” says Minoli.

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