Want to know the secrets to running a successful business? Business Review talked to the top managers who head up 20 of the most important organizations in their sectors to get the lowdown on the main lessons they have learned since taking the helm.
Here’s a lesson from Mircea Turdean, general manager, Farmec:
“The first international trade relations have been established since the communist era. Although most of the production went to Eastern European countries, the first commercial contacts with Western European countries (Spain) and Asia (Japan) were established, where there was a particular demand for face creams and Gerovital H3 lotions for hair care. In strengthening our position at the external level, we contributed substantially to the responsibility and trust we have always had with international partners, the efficiency and quality of Farmec products, and the adaptation of the product portfolio to the specifics of each market.”