Here my profile:Birthday:
15/07/1981 (30 years old now)Experience:
9 years as a Financial Director in my father's company (home textil import)GPA:
3.0 (I worked and studied at the same time)Studies:
Degree in Business Administration (5 years). Two majors, in Accountancy and Audit and in Financing.Achievements:
(some of them)
- Computerize all the warehouse: We have 8.500 square meters with more than 2000 references of products. Before, just two guys knew where everything were, thus It was quite difficult to hire temporal workers. In addition, workers wasted a lot of time searching up and down the warehouse.
- Computerize fair orders. Before, we needed more than two weeks to type all the orders from the fair. Now, we record the orders with a pda and atumatically the orders are recorded in our system. Thanks to this, we can sen the orders more quickly and we can record more orders with less people.
- increase revenues of the company up to 14 million of Euros (in a market where the article are cheap) with 10 people (thanks to our innovations)International experience:
Some stays in USA and England to improve my english and in China (where we have a lot of suppliers) to know personally how they work.
English (high level), French (average level), Spanish (native)Extracurricular activities and hobbies:
Basketball highschool team, collaborating with some ONG (two locals and one international), Sports (triathlon, basketball, soccer, bodybuilding, martial arts, paddel...), photography, music (piano)....Areas of interest:
Management and Enterprenuer.Goals
short term: Work in a High Tech company such as Google, Apple, Amazon
...or in an interesting High Tech startup
long term: My own start up (I do not discard to continue work in one of the big ones if I think it is enough motivating). Universities I am interested:
Stanford, Chicago Booth, Wharton, Columbia (all of them just for brand name).Do you think I have chances to be admitted in a top ten MBA Program?
I'm worried about my age and my experience (a lot of years but just in one company and worst in a familiar company)
P.D: Sorry for my english.