Last month, we had a review of our 2020 and what it meant to us.

In the last few days, Alfredo Adamo, historical member of the great GreenVulcano Technologies family and CEO of AlanAdvatage, expressed and sent us a wish to all of us.

“Many of you often heard me say: “We’re the strongest! Only health can stop us… And it’s not doing it”. I think this touched on all the issues we faced as a company and as a great family in 2020.

More than once I said this sentence is “my motto” and, luckily, thanks to the skills af all the people working with us, I could repeat myself in all these years. Month after month, what we call our network grew in size, number of people, revenues, in the whole overall value. Today, our network earns more than 30 million euros in revenues and our reputation is growing as well.

Never before our health was put to the test by this devious virus! Unfortunately, it hit some of us directly. Some of us lost relatives, friends, loved ones. And it is to all our beloved ones that left us during this terrible year – whether due to the virus or for other reasons – that we send all our love.

However, what we kept seeding and harvesting in 2020, we’re sure it will blossom in 2021. We have all the opportunities to do increasingly better. Thanks to the great work we’re all carrying out, I’m sure that the famous green of GreenVulcano Technologies will also be a sign of hope for the recently started new year.

I’d like to remember once more the story of Professor Randy Pausch, who passed away in 2008. In September 2006, Randy Pausch was a brilliant math professor at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He had a wife, three kids and he passionately loved his job, his coworkers and his students. Suddenly though, doctors diagnosed him an advanced pancreatic cancer. One year later, on September 18th 2007, Pausch held his last pulic lecture, his “Last Lecture”, in front of four hunded people and left his last message to friends and coworkers: “Achieve your childhood dreams”.

Randy Pausch Last Lecture: “Achieving Your Childhood Dreams” – Carnegie Mellon University – Sept. 18, 2007

We are hence entering this new 2021, full of ambitious goals and new projects, trying to be close, kind, united. Seek help from a coworker and you’ll receive it. Remember, we are all a videocall away, just a few seconds away from each other… Let’s not lose our spirit.”

“It feels good to achieve our childhood dreams. And as you get older, you may find that “enabling the dreams of others” thing is even more fun,” Randy Pausch.

We want to start 2021 with this wish by Alfredo Adamo. We want to start from the complex reality of these last months without forgetting the quality our group showed in this trying period, with exceptional adaptability skills.

Company news won’t lack, the first for 2021 is quite important too: the onboarding of Gaetano Rossi as new Vice President – General Director. The arrival of Gaetano in GreenVulcano Technologies represents a natural step forward in the growth and improvement strategy we are carrying out for the group and the whole network.

Gaetano started his career in the ICT industry in 1991 in Telesoft and has been there for 8 years as a Project Manager. He then moved on to working in several companies of the Telecom Italia galaxy: for instance, from 2005 to 2013 he was in Shared Services, where he covered management roles until he finished his adventure as OSS Development and Management Director.

From 2013 to 2017 he had an extremely important experience in TI.IT (Telecom Italia Information Technology): up to 2014 as ADM integration & Testing Manager, from 2014 to 2017 as BSS Mass Market Systems Manager and then as Digital BSS Delivery Manager.

Under his coordination, and thanks to the support of more than 300 employees an 500 consultants, TIM became a true multinational giant. A colossus which is still a model of reference, besides being the pride of Italian telecommunications in the world.

The target we’re aiming at is clear and simple to understand: to help Team GVT to achieve an astounding professional, technical, organizational, economical and – above all – people-oriented growth.

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