The reins of CooperVision Italia have passed from Fabio Carta to Cristiano Campana who has been appointed Head of Professional Services for managing the Professional Team.
Significant experience in optics.
Cristiano (50) is an optician certified by the Istituto Fratelli Calvi, Bergamo. He boasts wide experience in the world of optics that began as an entrepreneur in a family-run optical outlet. In 2001 he became store manager in the Randazzo Group.
Five years later he joined the Group’s training team in order to acquire the know-how necessary for the position of Training Coordinator, which he was offered in 2011.
With the acquisition of the Randazzo Group by GrandVision, his role of Senior Training Advisor grew and in 2019 he joined Nau! as Training Coordinator.
Cristiano Campana commented.
“I have always admired CooperVision’s corporate philosophy and range of products. It was very gratifying and exciting to be selected to be a part of it in such a prestigious role and I am ready to take on this new challenge.
I am particularly grateful to Fabio, my predecessor, for creating and structuring the Professional Team as it is today and I am proud to coordinate a Professional Team that is made up of field managers and external consultants.
Thanks to the cooperative work of this entire team, I will continue the work carried out to improve customer relations with the aim of supporting them in a way that is increasingly structured and productive.
Once again CooperVision has confirmed that it is focused on training programmes for various subjects and in various formats.”
CooperVision affirms its status as one of the world leaders in the manufacture of contact lenses and ranks number one in the manufacture of toric lenses. It has 6 factories and 12,000 employees, worldwide.
Many challenges and activities are envisaged in 2021 and CooperVision Italia is well positioned with a marketing and professional department composed of 10 people. It also boasts numerous tools, products and commercial opportunities to propose to its customers.