Interim Management in Italy

The interim management firm MANAGERIM, offers you interim managers in Italy (in Milan, Turin, Genoa, Venice, Florence, Palermo, Naples or Rome, etc.).

All of our interim managers were carefully selected through a rigorous and demanding process.

Find an interim manager in Italy

Many companies of all sizes (start-ups, SMEs, midcaps, large groups, investment funds) and all sectors (industry, retail, services, etc.), based in Italy, face emergency situations or the need to rapidly transform.

Interim management is now recognized as a managerial solution to meet such challenges and drive change.

Contact MANAGERIM, your interim management company to mobilize an interim manager in Italy

MANAGERIM, an expert interim management company, rapidly mobilizes the interim manager with the profile best suited for each situation for its clients in Italy (in Milan, Turin, Genoa, Venice, Florence, Palermo, Naples or Rome, etc.).

Our interim managers have developed a solid track record of intervention in various situations in:

• relay/interim management - replacement of a manager on short notice

• operational reinforcement

• project management

• performance improvement

• process optimization

• crisis management

• restructuring and turnaround

• transformation management

• growth acceleration

• launch of a new activity

• integration of an acquisition

• managing a carve out

• company digitalization

Our vast community of experts brings together interim managers, executives and leaders in all functions of the company, in top and middle management and in diverse sectors of activity.

Our interim managers are men and women selected after a rigorous and demanding process, as much for their expertise as for their interpersonal skills.

Economic dynamism in Italy

Italy, with 60 million inhabitants, is the world’s eighth largest economy

Italy is the fourth European power. Together with France, it is one of the world’s largest exporters of luxury goods.

The Italian economy has European dimensions for:

  • agricultural products (oil, fruit, balsamic vinegar, cheese, pasta)
  • industrial products (cars)
  • clothing (second in the world)
  • services (tourism: fourth most visited country)

Italy is home to mid-sized companies and large companies whose brands are world-renowned. Although some have been bought up by large foreign groups, many are still controlled by family-owned shareholders.

The great names of Italian luxury in automobile, fashion and yachting make Italy a world reference in the field of elegance and design. Italy is the second largest manufacturer and exporter of machine tools after Germany, Italy’s largest economic partner ahead of France.

Tourism is a driving force of the economy: Italy, the third most touristic country in Europe after France and Spain, welcomes tourists to the Alps, on the coasts and in cities of art and history such as Milan, Genoa, Venice, Florence, Palermo, Naples and Rome.

Italy is divided into four large economically distinct regions:

  • The Northwest, the “Economic Triangle”, which concentrates the main heavy activities as well as corporate headquarters, and is organized around the three major cities:
    • Milan, industrial and tertiary metropolis, media and cultural industries, financial capital of the country,
    • Turin, motor vehicle construction, banking, finance and insurance
    • Genoa, first port of Italy and second in the Mediterranean Sea after Marseille, associating shipbuilding and high-end tourism in the region
  • The North-East corresponds to the region of SMEs-SMIs, where their concentration is the strongest in Europe. The urban fabric is composed of medium-sized cities such as: Verona, Padua, Venice-Mestre, Trieste, Modena, Parma, Bologna. Two major ports (Venice and Trieste) concentrate heavy industry and shipbuilding activities.
  • Central or Third Italy is a dynamic region of Europe thanks to innovative SMEs with family structures and powerful cooperatives. The urban network is also composed of medium-sized cities that combine historical heritage and industrial and artisanal activities (fabrics, automobile, haute couture). Florence, associated with the port of Livorno on the one hand, and Rome, on the other hand, which dominate the center.
  • Southern Italy (or Mezzogiorno). Molise and Abruzzo experienced stronger growth than southwestern Italy. Puglia constitutes an equally dynamic region; it is the second plain of Italy; it offers an intense agricultural activity in addition to the touristic activity. The region has important ports in Taranto, Bari and Brindisi.

Are you looking for an interim manager immediately available in Italy?


Our team is at your disposal and will rapidly mobilize the most adapted interim manager to your situation and your challenges.