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Sliman Abu Amara

Sliman Abu Amara

Sliman Abu Amara was formerly area manager Africa in DNV GL’s Energy division. He is multilingual, result-driven business development in the energy sector with more than 15 years of solid experiences in many emerging markets across Africa and the Middle East. The foundation of his experiences is consistent and devoted customer relationship building combined with genuine client relationship approach leading to the understanding of client’s culture, needs and desires. He is passionate about international relations and cross-cultural cooperation aiming at building commercial & strategic bridges in challenging circumstances helping both the company and his clients to achieve a win-win situation. Sliman is extremely passionate about Africa. Mr. Abu Amara graduated in International and European Law in Munich/Germany (1999), in International Business Management and Relations in Amsterdam/The Netherlands (2003), and is currently obtaining his MBA in International Marketing at the Columbia University/USA. To join Mr. Abu Amara’s professional network on LinkedIn, click here.  

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