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Published on Aug 17, 2014
It’s nice to speak with you today again, Michael. We’ve done interviews in the past. It’s been a year or so or maybe more since the last time we talked. Today I’m looking forward to hearing your views on the topic of sustainability as a future. Can you start by providing a brief background of yourself?
Yes. I would like to thank you for the interview, and thank you for calling me. It’s already three years, so it’s quite a long time when we talked together. Let me introduce myself. My name is Michael Rada, and at the moment I’m the president of International Business Center of Sustainable Development, which I’m opening right now. My background is about more than 20 years in logistics. The past five years I spent in an international corporation, the second largest in Japan, as a business-development manager. Since one year I’m an individual entrepreneur, and I’m targeting sustainability and efficiency, mainly efficiency in a global supply chain, so not only on one side or in one process but a global one. Generally, I deal with industrial within Czech Republic, Europe, and some of them in Asia as well to help them improve the efficiency of the global supply chain and to reduce the amount of generated waste in the production.