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Italian Immigrants in the US

I take the stories of Italian immigrants to the United States of America to heart. During one of my trips to New York City, I visited the Ellis Island, also known as the Island of Hope or the Island of Tears, which is a well-known symbol of America’s immigrant heritage. From 1892 to 1954, this immigrant depot had…See More
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Why Visit Oceanside (California)

Perfectly situated between metropolitan cities of San Diego and Los Angeles, Oceanside is the most authentic beach town in Southern California. Due to its scenic view, visitors and tourists enjoy a quintessential Californian coastal escape calmed by wide sandy beaches, a quaint New England-style harbor, historic…See More
Apr 4
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Marc De Olivieira’s story

Marc De Olivieira’s has had a life that transverses different environments. From his beginnings in São Paolo (Brazil) to the USA there is a sense of dynamism based on the different areas that he has lived. Consequentially there have been huge opportunities, challenges, sacrifices and obstacles that illuminate the life of Marc.…See More
Apr 1
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Mar 28
Severino Ricci commented on Severino Ricci's blog post English for international Meetings
"Hi Raffaele, thanks for reading my posts; I think dates and locations of BAIA's aperitivi are posted on this website prior taking place. I would suggest to check that out or contact BAIA at info@baia-network.org Have a good…"
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Visit with Mayor Jim Wood - Oceanside, California

I personally hold the view that the field of experience of a person is always beneficial in defining who that person is. All the experiences that a person enjoys since birth such as the things that I do, the people I meet, or the things that I enjoy every day make me the person who I am today. In my life, I keep on meeting new…See More
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Profile Information

First Name:
Severino
Last Name:
Ricci
Online Profile (e.g. Linkedin, Facebook, or twitter):
http://www.linkedin.com/in/severinoricci | www.instagram.com/italy2...
Job Title:
Customer Service Manager
Company:
Grohe
City:
Milan
Country:
Italy
My reason to join BAIA Link:
To stay in touch with the business community, To expand my professional network, To learn about events, To learn about jobs, To post content on BAIA Link, Other
Business Area of Interest:
Advertising and Marketing, Airlines and Hotels, Apparel and Fashion, Chemicals, Consulting, ECommerce, Energy, Entertainment and Media, Food and Beverage, Transportation
About Me:
My passion for the U.S. culture mostly encourages and motivates me to a professional and personal change.

I professionally grew up in dynamic environments where business processes have always been seen in the context of compliance with the quality requirements. I have always focused my efforts to be kept up-to-date and my professionalism in the Customer Service and Logistics departments of different sectors, namely, Consumer Goods, Chemicals, Direct Marketing, Cosmetics, Pharmaceuticals, Medical Device etc., with increasing responsibilities in all function areas.

My experience is matured both in multinational context, and in medium-sized streamlined and informal organizations. I reached the targets with professional and personal satisfaction in both contexts.

My professional skills, perfect sense of organization with an ability to clearly lead my team towards the goals necessary to be achieved would be a great asset to the organization I work for. Thus, I think that such experience is surely appreciated by any company requiring to optimize its cost efficiency with activity planning in order to improve its customer service.

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Italian Immigrants in the US

Posted on April 6, 2018 at 11:51am 0 Comments

I take the stories of Italian immigrants to the United States of America to heart. During one of my trips to New York City, I visited the Ellis Island, also known as the Island of Hope or the Island of Tears, which is a well-known symbol of America’s immigrant heritage. From 1892 to 1954, this…

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Why Visit Oceanside (California)

Posted on April 4, 2018 at 11:00am 0 Comments

Perfectly situated between metropolitan cities of San Diego and Los Angeles, Oceanside is the most authentic beach town in Southern California. Due to its scenic view, visitors and tourists enjoy a quintessential Californian coastal escape calmed by wide sandy beaches, a quaint New England-style…

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Marc De Olivieira’s story

Posted on April 1, 2018 at 12:22am 0 Comments

Marc De Olivieira’s has had a life that transverses different environments. From his beginnings in São Paolo (Brazil) to the USA there is a sense of dynamism based on the different areas that he has lived. Consequentially there have been huge opportunities, challenges, sacrifices and obstacles that…

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One way ticket to Greater Los Angeles

Posted on March 28, 2018 at 11:16pm 0 Comments

I visited Los Angeles for the first time back in April 1997. Since then, I have been coming here at least twice a year. I always enjoy myself to the fullest in greater Los Angeles and want to express my deep love for the place and appreciation for its people. In fact, Los Angelenos are so…

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