Thank you for your posting.
As you probably know, your biggest hurdle right now is your GMAT score - while not horrible, is not stellar. However, given everything else you have going for you, I say apply R1 to your target schools. Just realize that with this GMAT score that all of your margin of error has been used up in your candidacy and everything from hereon has to be perfect. This means very strong applications - including essays, recommendations, interviews, etc. if you submit average applications, your candidacy is at danger.
Also, since you are open to school both in North America and Europe, I would recommend that you look at Ross and Anderson -- especially given your career goals.
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