Julia S.

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The Challenge

At 100mentors I am responsible for building and guiding international business development projects and strategies, determining the appropriate rules of engagement, and scaling the value proposition of products offered by 100mentors.

The Process

The Solution

Skills Used

Web Development,Copywriting,Other,Content Marketing,Other

Industry

Education

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