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Marisa O Cesar is now a member of Global Ethics Network
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Business, Communication, Culture, Gender, Governance, Human Rights, Sustainability, Technology
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Professional profile molded over 20 years, having worked at multinational companies in the sectors of energy(ABB Ltda), industrial automation, consumption, beauty (Ind. Com. Cosméticos Natura) and metallurgy. Wide experience in the direction of Marketing, Corporate Communications, Institutional Relations and Social Responsibility. Competence to identify and implement new opportunities with internal and external image impacts for all stakeholders in the Marketing and Communication Strategy Development, planning and implementation, as well as restructuring, mergers and acquisitions and launch of new product lines. N

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