The meeco Groups supports St. Gallen University MBA Program



November 26, 2012


4:24 pm

Antonios Vlachos works on meeco business plan and recommendations for his MBA

Recently graduated from one of the most prestigious MBA programs in Europe, the St. Gallen University MBA in Switzerland, Antonios Vlachos has been working with The meeco Group since 2008 as Controller for the Greek and Cyprian subsidiaries. Last September 2011, Vlachos joined the full-time MBA program at the University of St. Gallen, which covers core and elective teaching modules parallel to a corporate project experience and takes 12 months to complete.

Supported by prestigious companies such as Siemens, Unilever, BASF or Hilti, the world-renowned St. Gallen University MBA program welcomes every year a panel of 32 students from various professional and cultural backgrounds, in an international environment. In 2011, 22 nationalities were represented, all coming from different business sectors and having an average of 6 years business experience. This diversity associated with the famous “St. Gallen Management Model” which promotes an interdisciplinary approach to management, ensures one the best MBA programs, responding to multicultural and complex business environment expectations.

During his year at St. Gallen, Antonios Vlachos worked closely with The meeco Group executives and key decision takers in order to apply his extensive teachings to a pragmatic international business structure and Finance Transformation. “Working at The meeco Group’s headquarters in Zug, I developed strategic initiatives and suggestions to improve management processes and to strengthen Meeco’s global footprint” explains Antonios Vlachos. “This was only made possible with the support of very competent meeco staff, both Directors as well as the rest of local office teams based in Alicante, Milan, New Delhi or Dresden among others” adds Antonios Vlachos.

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