Jacob Pascual Pape has more than 15 years experience in the field of international sales and business development management, of which four have been spent coordinating the entry of Universal Robots into the Southern European, African and Middle Eastern markets. Working out of the Universal Robots offices in Barcelona, which he himself helped to set up, he heads a team of professionals specialized in collaborative robotics and dedicated to the development and optimization of the company’s distribution networks in the regions under his responsibility.
Pascual Pape holds a degree in International Studies, International Economics and Politics from the University of Aalborg in Denmark, and has a Masters degree in Marketing & Sales Management from the EAE Business School in Barcelona. Over the course of his professional career, he has become an expert in the development, execution and consolidation of sales strategies and business plans for businesses entering into new markets.
02. October 2017 /
by Jacob Pascual Pape
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