Nice, a global developer of Home Management Solutions, has announced the appointment of Davide Campagnari as the new managing director of its Sun Shading Solutions Business Unit, as a new member of the Nice executive committee and CEO of elero.
Davide Campagnari’s addition enable the company to access his expertise to contribute directly the strategic oversight and the mission of Nice.
Since 2021, the Sun Shading Solutions business unit has brought together the Group’s entire portfolio of sun shading solutions, with a comprehensive, multi-brand range for indoor and outdoor applications. In line with the company’s international structure, the business unit’s activities are equally divided between Nice’s headquarters in Oderzo, Italy, and Schlierbach, Germany.
“With Davide Campagnari, we have brought on board a man who not only brings a seasoned experience in marketing, sales, and business management in the manufacturing sector but also a solid technical know-how. His strategic knowledge and passion for a culture of collaboration, appreciation, and excellence are a perfect fit for our goal of customer- and people-centric leadership” says Roberto Griffa, CEO of Nice.
Before joining Nice, Davide Campagnari, who holds a degree in business administration and a master’s degree in marketing management of service companies in the international market, spent over 12 years as CEO of ISEO Deutschland, managing a medium-sized company in the development, production, and marketing of mechanical, mechatronic, and electronic access control systems. Most recently Campagnari also served as market leader for Northern, Central and Eastern Europe in the associated parent company.
“My new role combines several things that I am passionate about personally and professionally: technical and strategic-conceptual topics, Germany and Italy, and the world. I am looking forward to working with an international team of experts and partners to tackle our common challenge – to make the home even more comfortable, smarter, and more sustainable in the future,” adds Campagnari.