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MBA Fellows

Pablo Segovia

Hometown: Mexico City, Mexico

MBA Major: Marketing & General Management

Areas of Expertise: Sales

Pablo Segovia is a first year MBA student at the Kelley School of Business, pursuing a double major in Marketing and General Management.

Before attending Kelley School of Business, Pablo worked as a Key Account Manager and Business Developer at Honeywell Inc. and Media Hunters, with responsibilities in Mexico and Latin America. At those companies, he served several corporate key customers in competitive markets. He spearheaded the introduction of the energy line of business in Honeywell Mexico by introducing the strategic plan and securing key relationships. He has a solid knowledge in the competitive sales of products and complex projects and services. He introduced the global strategic marketing initiative “Voice of the Customer” in Honeywell Latin America and worked with teams in Venezuela, Puerto Rico, Colombia, and India. He has extensive experience in team selection processes, as well as recruiting and interviewing managers for a wide range of industries. Pablo is a full circle project manager with leading experience in project design, estimating and costing, financial risk reviews, marketing, and customer relationship management.

Pablo decided to enroll in a top MBA program to further develop his organizational and leadership skills and to explore international cultures and economies. Peer selected as member of the Business Marketing Academy, Pablo is looking to participate in several consulting projects with a focus on Corporate Innovation and Competitive Strategy. Pablo has a bachelor’s degree in Electronic Engineering, a Diploma in Management, and fluency in English and Spanish; he is also conversational in French.