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La San Marco appoints David Pasolli as new Sales and Marketing Director

GRADISCA D’ISONZO, Italy – His name is David Pasolli, and in September 2018 he joined the historic company of La San Marco, from Gradisca d’Isonzo, Italy, that produces professional espresso machines and dosing coffee grinders.

With his solid managerial expertise, gained in his many years working for various multinationals both in Italy and abroad, Pasolli will now run the sales and marketing departments at La San Marco.

La San Marco Spa, an Italian company specializing in the production of espresso machines, coffee grinders and other professional equipment for bars, restaurants and hotels, including some of the best-known products in the world, announces the appointment of David Pasolli as its new Sales and Marketing Director.

Pasolli was born in 1971 in Trento, and graduated in Economics at the University of Trento. He can boast a career spanning over twenty years as Country Manager, Sales and Marketing Director, Export Director and Business Unit Director for major multinationals present both on the Italian market and internationally.

Fluent in numerous languages, including German, Spanish, French and English, Pasolli has worked abroad for several years, consolidating his managerial experience in the durable and semi-durable goods sectors, as well as some time in the services sector.

La San Marco plant in Gradisca d’Isonzo, Italy

It is a source of great pride for me to join a company that for almost a century has represented a veritable benchmark for one of the industrial sectors with the greatest global reputation in Italy,” declared Pasolli, just a few weeks after joining the company. “My sincere thanks to the General Management at La San Marco for offering me this opportunity.”

When asked about the objectives for the coming months, the new Sales and Marketing Director replied: “In the medium and long term, we are certainly aiming for growth in turnover and margins, both nationally and internationally. In the shorter term, we are looking forward to the important event that is TriestEspresso Expo, the key trade fair for our sector, which will be held in Trieste, from 25 to 27 October. I can’t yet reveal anything about the new products we will be presenting there. All I can say is that one in particular will be a veritable revolution for the world of coffee machines and of the tradition of Italian espresso. We can’t wait to share it with our public.”