CNH Industrial Russia Business Director Meeting with the Global Governance and Leadership Students

марков а.jpgOn February 26, CNH Industrial Russia and Belarus Business-Director for construction equipment, Alexander Markov, held a meeting with the second-year students of the Global Governance and Leadership undergraduate program within the “Corporate Leaders Workshop”.

The expert shared his professional experience and discussed the specifics of business management in a high-tech blue-chip company with the students. Alexander Markov told the participants how to organize and monitor the work of a large international team, how to negotiate with international partners and what challenges multinational companies face on the Russian market.

Mr. Markov also told the students about CNH Industrial's activities on the Russian market. As a worldwide leader in the production of industrial goods, agricultural machinery, and vehicles, CNH Industrial carries out large-scale activities in Russia, actively developing industrial production and R&D.

The topic related to the challenges that young specialists in Russian and overseas companies meet on their way aroused particular interest in students. The speaker told the students what skills a specialist should have in order to choose the right career path and successfully advance along with it.

At the end of the meeting, the invited expert gave the students valuable tips on how to build relationships with international business partners.

“We are honored that major companies are interested in participating in the English-language undergraduate program, since it provides not only theoretical but also practical knowledge about how international business works. The involvement of the business community representatives in the educational process is very important for us ", - said Natalia Abramova, the Director of the School of Public Policy and Management ISS RANEPA.

CNH Industrial manages 12 brands (New Holland, Case Construction, Iveco, etc.) and unites 66 manufacturing plants and 54 research centers. The company employed more than 65,000 workers and has offices in 180 countries.

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