Ferrari renews partnership with ManpowerGroup

The firm shares Ferrari's belief that access to talent and speed to market is critical in today's fast-changing workplace.

Formula 1 team, Scuderia Ferrari has announced the renewal of its partnership with ManpowerGroup, a global leader in the recruitment and selection of high-profile employees.

ManpowerGroup will become an official partner of Scuderia Ferrari in 2022, working together to continuously improve performance, which includes selecting the people best suited for specific roles. The company is a premier partner in the development of the most talented employees in the workplace.

The firm shares Ferrari’s belief that access to talent and speed to market is critical in today’s fast-changing workplace.

ManpowerGroup, the world’s leading provider of workforce solutions, assists organisations in transforming in a rapidly changing world of work by sourcing, assessing, developing, and managing the talent that enables them to win.

Every year, the company creates innovative solutions for thousands of organisations, offering them skilled talent while also providing meaningful, long-term employment to millions of people across a wide range of specialised industries.

For more than 70 years, the group’s brands – in Italy, Manpower, Experis, Talent Solutions, and Jefferson Wells – have created significantly more value for candidates and clients across more than 75 countries and territories.

As part of the deal, the ManpowerGroup logo will appear on the F1-livery, 75’s that was revealed online on February 17.

Recently, Ferrari has also announced a strategic technology partnership with the world’s leading chipmaker, Qualcomm. The new agreement will aim to accelerate the automaker’s and its road cars’ digital transformation.

The iconic team will hope to return to winning ways in the new F1 season, which will feature all-new cars and a major rule change. Ferrari last won a race in 2019, when Sebastian Vettel emerged victorious in the Singapore Grand Prix.

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