Simon Kiwek

Consultant

Tel.: +43 316 720 813-14
email: simon.kiwek@convelop.at

Bürgergasse 8-10/I
8010 Graz, Österreich

Core competence

Reach conclusions for the small details from statistic probabilities.

Simon Kiwek completed his vocational training as a forwarding agent at the medium enterprise of G. Englmayer in Wels and gained further experiences in sea- and airfreight, where he conducted exports to a variety of countries, such as Ghana or China. After eight years in this profession and travelling experiences in Africa, Middle East and Eastern Europe he decided for finishing his high school graduation and the studies of economics at the universities of Graz and Göttingen. There he focused on environmental- and development economics. During his studies he worked as a freelance journalist, where research brought him to Ukraine, Sudan and Moscow.

Since February 2020 he is working with convelop as consultant.

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