Μάγδα Κατόπη

MSc. Economist | Corporate Affairs Business Communications & PR Strategist Business Advisor | Certified Mentor & Job Developer

I am a Corporate Affairs and Business Communications expert that excels in helping people develop their business, organizations, and strategic market positioning of their company through consultancy and visionary team leadership in multicultural work environments. I offer over two decades of international experience in driving change through the development and planning of effective marketing & communication strategies for multinational entities, government / non-governmental organizations, NGOs, and multi-ethnic groups in diverse private and public sectors.
I have handled critical business setups and have targeted marketing & communication plans to investors, sponsors, the marketplace, employees, stakeholders, and other special groups in Greece, Russia, Europe, Switzerland and China. During my most recent tenure in Greece I help entrepreneurs & professionals, realize their potentials & accelerate results. I planned, directed and executed business development strategies for Agrofood and Tourism/Aviation/Hospitality enterprises; mapping PR activities and event locations, and collaborating with Municipalities, local Agencies and program beneficiaries to communicate entrepreneurship opportunities.

I am also involved in coordinating special events as a co-organizer/curator and moderator to promote social and marketplace awareness at a global scale for local business through Meetings, incentives, conferences and exhibitions.

I encourage diversity in the workplace and ethical behavior and as a H2H marketer, economist and political scientist I combine extensive knowledge of social responsibility with an unparalleled understanding of advancing sustainable development through human rights. My passion for these areas stems from my active community involvement in Greece where I am participating as an empowerment coach/motivator and business mentor to Young & Female Entrepreneurs and socially vulnerable workgroups and migrants