Benetti Yachts names sales director

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Roberto Corno

Roberto Corno

Benetti Yachts has appointed Roberto Corno as its worldwide sales director.

The 44-year-old Corno is a graduate of Politecnico Milano and started with Benetti as a project manager in 2005. He also has served as South-East Europe area sales manager.

“Roberto in his new role will coordinate our sales team and I’m sure will significantly contribute to the achievement of our ambitious goals for the coming year,” Christos Ramnialis, Benetti’s general manager, said in a statement.

“He has a particularly wide range of expertise, gained over the 13 years he has been working at Benetti, where he had the chance to increase his knowledge regarding all the major aspects of the yacht-building industry, from project management and shipbuilding to sales. Roberto will bring the necessary energy and enthusiasm to expand Benetti's sales and markets coverage, especially toward new growing markets.”

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