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Skanska Property Romania appoints Raluca Stanislav as the new Business Development Manager

Skanska Property Romania, the local division of one of the world's largest real estate developers, announces a new member in the company's management.

2018-03-27 14:14:48

Since February 2018, Raluca Stanislav is the Business Development Manager of Skanska Property Romania. In this position, Stanislav will be responsible for Skanska Romania′s development strategy for this division, identifying new investment opportunities so that the company maintains its market position and rising growth.

Her responsibilities include the coordination of the company′s sustainability and social responsibility projects, an integrated part of the Skanska strategy, for which values such as care for life, ethics and constant evolution alongside clients and partners are essential.

"I am delighted to be part of the team that contributes to the growth and maturation of the Romanian office market. The results obtained so far by Skanska show a beautiful evolution, so we will ensure that the projects and development directions will be at least as good as they are," said Raluca Stanislav, Business Development Manager of Skanska Property Romania.

Raluca Stanislav graduated from the Technical University of Civil Engineering of Bucharest and holds a master′s degree in Structural Engineering in Management and an Executive MBA at CNAM Paris.

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