The manager, who had worked for the French company for nine years, has moved to Italy and started a new career at an international luxury group.
“Nothing is changing for the shows I worked for and everything continues as it has run so far. I simply caught a great personal and career opportunity which is bringing me back to Italy and is still somehow related to the lifestyle world,” he explained. However, he didn’t disclose the name of his new employer.
Among the shows Olearo managed was Denim Première Vision, the specialized international denim show. It is not clear if a new manager will occupy Olearo’s position overseeing this specific event. TSO contacted Fabio Adami Dalla Val, and he confirmed that he will continue to work for the show in his role of show manager.
Photo: Denim Première Vision
Fabio Adami Dalla Val confirmed that he will continue to work in his role of show manager for Denim Première Vision.
Other major changes in management seem to be happening within the whole Première Vision organization as other managers have exited recently. These include Pascaline Wilhelm, former fashion director who had worked for the show for 23 years, and Chantal Malingrey, former manager operating within the trade show organization for 13 years.