Vittorio Amedeo Colao was born into the world in 3 October 1961. He is an Italian supervisor who has been filling in as Minister for Technological Innovation and Digital Transition in the public authority of Prime Minister Mario Draghi since 2021. From 2008 until 2018, he was the CEO at Vodafone Group.
The child of an official in the Carabinieri, Colao was brought into the world in Brescia. He got a business degree from Bocconi University and a MBA from the Harvard Business School. Colao has been hitched since 1992. His better half and two youngsters live with him in South Kensington, Greater London. Colao is a hold official in the Carabinieri.
Colao began his vocation at venture bank Morgan Stanley in London. He joined the Milan office of McKinsey and Co in 1986, where as a Partner he dealt with media, broadcast communications and mechanical products areas and was answerable for office recruitment.
In 1996 Colao joined Omnitel Pronto Italia, ascending to head working official before its take over to become Vodafone Italy. He became provincial CEO, Southern Europe in 2001 and joined the principle board in 2002. Subsequent to passing up the CEO’s work, taken by his companion Arun Sarin, and having an acquisition of a Bulgarian portable organization impeded, he left Vodafone for Italian distributing organization RCS MediaGroup, where he became CEO in July 2004. After investor analysis of the distributing gathering’s technique and administration, he left RCS MediaGroup following the organization’s executive gathering in September, rejoining Vodafone in October 2006 as CEO Europe and succeeding Sir Julian Horn-Smith as appointee CEO. Remarking to the Italian press in 2007 that he had no interest in taking the CEO’s position at Telecom Italia, Colao succeeded Vodafone CEO Arun Sarin on 29 July 2008. During his time in office, Vodafone sold out of the United States with a $130 billion exit from a joint endeavor with Verizon. In May 2018, Colao declared that he would venture down as Vodafone CEO successful October 2018, and will be prevailed by the money chief Nick Read.