The career of the engineer Vito Gamberale is marked by important collaborations through which He gained a great knowledge of the Italian infrastructure area.
Vito Gamberale and His Experience in TIM
Tim is a trademark owned by Telecom Italia for mobile phone marketing in Italy and in Brazil. This is the first operator born in the Italian mobile industry as well as the first mobile operator by number of customers. Vito Gamberale played in the Nineties a key role for its birth. At the beginning He worked as Chief Executive Officer of SIP. Thanks to his contribution, the society took a significant strategic change, consisting on a switch from 120 agencies in the area, with exclusive mandate for distribution of their products, to a network of more than 2,500 private stores from which activate online new contracts. The name company changed in 1994 into Telecom Italia and Vito Gamberale assumed the role of General Manager. In 1995 He founded Telecom Italia Mobile, whose majority stake is owned by Telecom Italia, and in 1996 He launched the first reloadable prepaid card, an absolute novelty in Italy which reached over 800 thousand users in just four months. These factors revolutionized the world of communication and established the basis for the extraordinary diffusion and growth in mobile telephony in Italy.
The Slideshare Profile of Vito Gamberale
On the Slideshare profile of Vito Gamberale, founder of F2i – Fondi Italiani per le Infrastrutture, you can view numerous presentations relating to the meetings in which the manager spoke, such as the HFV conference in Rome. His speech dealt with the issue of exponential growth in the photovoltaic area in Italy in the last 6 years, with the increase of systems installed and consequently the power. The second part of the speech was about a comparison between the evolution of the photovoltaic sector and what happened for mobile phones and personal computers.
Vito Gamberale: his Professional Path
The professional path of Vito Gamberale started in 1968, after his graduation in Mechanical Engineering at La Sapienza University of Rome. This year He assumed the role of assistant to the chair of Mechanical Plants at the same institution. He worked for ANIC – Azienda Nazionale Idrogenazione Combustibili, a company controlled by Eni, and then as an industrial analyst for IMI, where He was called upon to provide an assessment of the industries, especially in the textile and mechanical areas. These experiences and the one in GEPI – Società per le Gestioni e Partecipazioni Statali were essential for his formation and for the increase of his knowledge of the Italian industry. As President for several companies of the Eni group in the Eighties, He carried out the privatization of the textile and other no-core segments of the group. After his experience in Telecom in the Nineties, Vito Gamberale became Chief Executive Officer of Autostrade in 2000 and under his leadership the Company changed into a multinational. He founded in 2007 F2i, a fund specialized in investments in the field of infrastructure. The same year Tor Vergata University of Rome awarded him with an honorary degree in Telecommunication Engineering.
Visit the Slideshare profile of Vito Gamberale, Chief Executive Officer of F2i – Fondi Italiani per le Infrastrutture.