Flavio Maluf is the President and CEO of the agricultural and textile export company known as Eucatex, which was founded in 1951 and is responsible for shipping its products to approximately 40 countries around the world. Being an expert in his field of work, the Brazilian businessman provides advice to others who are also looking to join the corporate world. After graduating from the Armando Alvares Penteado Foundation with a degree in Mechanical Engineering, he later took on the challenge of running the family business, which he has been doing successfully. Visit on his twitter for latest updates.
He stays on top of the changes that may occur when it comes to the exporting of Brazilian agricultural products, and he recently made a report about how well the foods sell in other countries such as China and several European ones. His findings were that the exports had decreased by 0.7% in the month of July compared to what the numbers were at the same time last year. Flavio Maluf noted that Asian countries had been the main buyers of crops like soybeans over the last year, and that the European Union, which consists of 28 countries, was the 2nd largest destination for Brazilian agribusiness exports, with an increase in sales of orange juice, pulp, soybeans and green coffee in the month of June.
Although Flavio Maluf comes from a wealthy family of politicians, he wanted to develop his own skills by learning how to work as an effective leader in business. His previous work history includes a position at Citicorp, and not only is he the top executive at Eucatex, which is a combination of the words Eucalyptus and textile, the two materials his company’s exports are made from, but he also serves as the President of Grandfood, the manufacturer of the Golden and Premier Pet brand.