Core competencies and mission statement
Georg Nigl, MAS, MMBA, CMC
Business administration with secondary graduation
Specialist training in banking and finance
Advanced training in sales management with diploma from WIFI/Austrian Economic Chamber
Post-graduate studies in international management, graduation with the ‘Master of Advanced Studies’ (MAS) academic degree.
Post-graduate studies in business administration, graduation with the ‘Master of Business Administration’ (MBA) academic degree
Training as a Certified Management Consultant (CMC) with incite / Austrian Economic Chamber, honours graduation as a CMC
State-licensed Professional Detective (business investigations)
Experience and core competencies:
More than 15 years’ experience in international management, with focus on services, banking, energy, industry and trade; in Eastern Europe, South Eastern Europe, CIS countries, Turkey and the Middle East
We work on the basis of the European EN 16114 standard and are specialised in:
- Business development, sales organisation and sales management
- Turnaround management and restructuring in an international and intercultural setting
- Business, project and sales financing
- Preparing business plans, results monitoring
- Acquisition and brokerage of investment capital and loans
- Accepting interim management responsibility from courts or shareholders
- Liquidation of corporations
- Business investigations, especially as part of international insolvency proceedings
Mission statement: Consider carefully – then act!
Based on wide and highly diverse professional experience gathered throughout Europe and the Middle East, we have chosen as our motto:
...consider carefully – then act!
This means developing and identifying the best potential decision outcomes, based on available information and options. ‘Consider carefully – then act’ is also about evaluating and considering whether company resources are being used in a targeted and worthwhile manner. Our motto of ‘Consider carefully – then act’ also applies to any planning for future projects and business models as well as to action taken in crisis situations.
When put into figures, business results and economic necessities almost always tell a clear story. Particularly in economically challenging times, it is vital to make sure that those affected within and outside the company understand the background, significance and implications of business indicators. We therefore see ourselves as mediators between the ‘hard facts’ and clients’ emotional responses.