Upvoted leaders

Project name: Peru Hospitalarios

Sourcing the Peruvian healthcare with first tubing dialysis from recyclable materials

Cristina Boberek

East Asia negotiator expert since 1989. Specializes in Tier 2, 3 and OMEs. Provides full brokerage services. Has partner with MGD to provide her expertise and to comply with end point solution for distributors choice of different tier logistics and quality with OSI standards to low cost and low environmental impact of medical device and supplies. The project in compliance with all regulations and Cristina has developed many brands in accordance to clients standards and sustainability engagement has been a success factor. Peruvian Healthcare and hospital system has a establishment of phase 1 and 2 of out project; which by implementing models to sustainable value chain in the chosen areas for this project has been an accomplishment. Cristina has know-how in international quality standards and knows compliance with trade agreements. She will always be a great addition for any endpoint solution in piloting for organizations in the business with procurement of medical supply and its related products.

– Managing director at BROCHEM Inc. Naples, FL. U.S.A. NAICS code: 425110-425120

Georgina Armand

Project leader for QSR (Quick Serve Restaurants). Developing a blueprint for a sustainable future. A future that is coherent with the natural environment. Interested in sustainable management in productive economies. Author and project leader focusing consistently in creating healthier lifestyle and creating sustainable communities.

About me: I earned my BA from Newport University in 2003 and engaged in entrepreneurial projects. Others studies in STEM in Canada. Focusing mostly in new business development with particular envision in new technologies to articulate information processes and facilitate management of procurement. Interested in value chain and advocating a greener supply chain.

I am adept in complex multi stage project development and change management, I began pioneering new models for value chain as a hobby in 2001. I started professionally doing this by assisting in the digital transformation of cash-in-transit and security company, and went on to experiment transforming traditional Quick Serve Restaurant into a small digital community business for the betterment of consumer health, environmental health and general lifestyle. Today I pursue working in projects that could facilitate accurate demand for greener consumption and applied to creative ideas to improve the value chain as a form of micro-economics project.

-Project leading director and of corporate affairs

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