Graebel Relocation Executive, Benjamin Ivory, Addresses MBA Class in Prague

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Benjamin Ivory CRP, GMS, Graebel Relocation senior vice president and managing director of the Company’s EMEA regional business center, addressed an MBA class at the University of Economics that is located in Namesti Winstona Churchilla, Prague.

This month, Benjamin Ivory CRP, GMS, Graebel Relocation senior vice president and managing director of the Company’s EMEA regional business center, addressed an MBA class at the University of Economics that is located in Namesti Winstona Churchilla, Prague.

The University held an economic diplomacy seminar and three presenters were invited to address the scholars. In addition to Ivory, representatives from The Ministry of Industry and Trade and the CzechInvest presented their views and findings on economic diplomacy.

Ivory’s presentation encapsulated the reasons for Graebel Relocation identifying and selecting the Czech Republic as its first offshore brick and mortar center in 2008; and, the overall advantages of the country including its location, investor climate, and workforce. He also shared the past and future career path plans of the Graebel Relocation Prague team.

The event concluded with a presenters’ panel discussion with the MBA scholars.

Ivory, a global relocation industry veteran, has been with the Graebel organization for almost thirty years. He earned a Bachelor of Science in Business and Managerial Economics from Marquette University in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA and holds the Certified Relocation Professional® (CRP) and Global Mobility Specialist® (GMS) designations from the Worldwide ERC®. In 2012, he relocated from Chicago, Illinois U.S.A. to Prague to lead the EMEA center’s operations that administers global relocation and removals management services for the Company’s Global 100 and Fortune 500 clients.

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