Myrelle MirandaBusiness Development Manager
- Translation, post-editing and revision of manuals, scientific, legal, creative marketing materials
- Development of LATAM and Spanish markets
- Content creation on LinkedIn
- Degree in Foreign Languages and Literature (Portuguese, Italian, French);
- Master in Business Administration (thesis in Behavioural Marketing);
- ICT technical programmer (Secondary school)
After ten years as a freelance translator, she began focusing on artificial intelligence and its development in different markets: at ASTW she will have the opportunity to combine her training as a linguist with the talent of a Business Developer!
“Arre, estou farto de semideuses! Onde é que há gente no mundo?”
At first glance she doesn’t seem Brazilian, with her combination of Spanish, Portuguese, Italian and English ancestry. She has a degree in languages from Brazil, where in addition to English and Portuguese, she studied Italian and French. In 2012 she moved to Italy after having fallen in love with it a few years earlier and continued her studies for a Master in Business Administration, a choice she made after helping to save the family business.
The fruits of her Master’s degree arrived shortly afterwards and turned out to be a surprise: after completing the ICT (Information and Communication Technology) course, during an internship she was asked to join the Business Development team. She specialises in the Portuguese and Spanish-speaking markets, learning how to adapt to find the ideal solution for every need through dialogue.
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