Senior Manager - Foreign Direct Investment at Conway Advisory
Katharina Arnold is Senior Manager – Foreign Direct Investment at Conway Advisory, active in the field of foreign direct investment attraction for nearly a decade.
Ms. Arnold has represented, developed FDI promotion strategies, coordinated the delivery of investment attraction projects as well as delivered training for investment promotion agencies in Europe, the Middle East and Asia. Ms. Arnold provides expert analysis on investment trends across multiple sectors and countries, and assists in the strategic development of investment attraction activities for economic development agencies.
Ms. Arnold’s hands-on experience with investment promotion and marketing, PR in several countries in the private and public sector provided her with invaluable exposure to foreign investment and the corporate location decision-making process across a range of industries. She has assisted investment promotion agencies in attracting FDI in several industries, including aerospace, Logistics, ICT, consumer goods, automotive, food and pharmaceuticals.
Prior to joining Conway, Ms. Arnold managed the German, Spanish and Latin American sales pipeline and developed lead generation campaigns for London & Partners, the foreign direct investment agency of the city of London in the UK. She also developed the marketing campaign for the city of Warsaw’s initiative to become Poland’s candidate for the European Capital of Culture 2016. Katharina speaks German, Polish, English, Spanish and French fluently. Ms. Arnold has a Bachelor in Public Relations and Advertisement from the Communication Department of the Universidad de Navarra in Pamplona, Spain and a Young Entrepreneurs Business certificate from the European Business School (EBS), in London.
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