Silvio Saffirio Milan, Italy

June 2006
Campaign (UK);6/16/2006 Supplement, p12
Trade Publication
This article presents an interview with Silvio Saffirio, chairman of the advertising agency Grey Worldwide Italia. When asked about the advertisement he chose to feature in the current issue, he informs that he chose the Morellato jewelry campaign because he likes a client who places a lot of trust in them. He loves to do gardening and reading history books to relax himself. He advises that only by working hard, taking risks, and showing and earning respect, one can ask for a rise in salary in Italy.


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