„We are entering an economy based almost entirely on projects, trust, and connection

Seth Godin

Who we are

We are professionals. The work we deliver is done with ethic, respect and responsibility.

We learn from others through multicultural and multidisciplinary collaboration.

We take care of our clients before, during and after the project.

We do work that matters for us and for our clients.

The way we work

We listen to and learn from our clients to frame the project properly.

We involve the people who have the right skills and competencies for the project.

We design processes, methods, and materials that create value for our client.

We coach and transfer knowledge to the people involved in the project.

We take responsibility for the project management.

Marisol Oropeza

Over the last 10 years, she has gathered working experience in the private, public and non-profit sector in America, Europe, and Asia.

Her core competencies are in strategic marketing, business development, and project management.

She has international experience in public policies and renewable energies.

She has a trustworthy network of collaborators in different countries.

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2008-2015 South Germany

Ritter Energie- und Umwelttechnik GmbH & Co KG (Ritter Gruppe)

Family owned company, leader in the European solar thermal market of solar collectors, ecological heating systems, and large-scale solar thermal installations.

Division Manager Marketing – 3 years 

  • Corporate communication and branding
  • Introduction of new products and positioning strategy
  • PR and advertising
  • Events and exhibitions
  • Marketing support for customers

Business Development Advisor and Strategic Marketing – 2 years 

  • Entry plans for OEM markets in Europe, Asia (China, India), America (USA, Mexico)
  • Business plans for new subsidiaries in Europe
  • Corporate strategy papers

Export and Marketing Assistant – 2 years 

  • Market research and analysis
  • Reorganization of the export department
  • Back office for CEO and export managers

2005-2008 North Germany

Technologie-Transfer-Zentrum Bremerhaven  (ttz Bremerhaven)

Environmental Institute

Non-profit organization assisting enterprises of all sizes in their research and development projects

Project Manager – 3 years 

  • Management of two international cooperation projects with organizations from Europe, North Africa, and Middle-East
  • Acquisition of EU-funded projects (FP5, FP6, FP7)
  • Economic analisys of project proposals
  • Definition of strategies and optimization of internal procedures, project controlling and troubleshooting

2002-2004 Mexico City

Department of Employment and Training (DGEC)

Local employment office of the government of Mexico City

Coordinator – 2 years 

  • Assistant to the Directorate General
  • Analysis of public policies
  • Optimization of processes
  • Implementation of a project for corporate identity

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“I believe dreams can come true …with guts, knowledge, support and hard work. I believe in small great things …things small in size or awareness, but great in quality, value, and passion. I believe skills are assets we can acquire or improve … working with the right people and using the right tools. I know that the first thing you need to achieve your goals is truly wanting them!”

Marisol Oropeza

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Bachelor in Business Administration, 2002, Mexico
Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM)
Facultad de Contaduría y Administración (FCA

Exchange semester, 2001, USA
University of Texas at Austin (UTAustin)
McCombs School of Business (McCombs)

Master of Arts in European Studies, 2005, Germany
Hochschule Bremen (HSB)
International Graduate Center (IGC)

International cooperation for sustainable development, 2007, Germany
Technische Universität Kaiserslautern

altMBA3 International leadership and management workshop, 2016
Seth Godin (altMBA)

“I was fortunate to meet Marisol a long time ago. I say fortunate since our relationship was between teacher and student. That relationship entailed a huge responsibility and it was full of discoveries for both parts. In one of those discoveries, I found a sweet Marisol with outstanding differences compared to the rest of the students, she showed important skills such as a great cognitive intelligence combined with an excellent accomplishment of all work. In addition, she had the affection of her classmates. Since then, I’ve had contact with her several times and I still find in her that quest for growth, audacity, and bravery to look for new horizons but also to walk them and, most importantly, to transform them; perhaps with some insecurity but with full of passion and dedication. Her eagerness to make her dreams come true without forgetting about others, and sharing her findings with those who love her have been a constant in her life and something her friends admire and appreciate. She had to make important life changing decisions as an independent woman that sometimes were against the traditions of her environment. Today, she is a professional woman, fulfilled and secure. Now, I am sure that she has all the tools, skills, and human values for those who deal with her to feel fortunate and confident.”

Patricia Cabrera, Head of Educational Projects of the Latinamerican Institute of Educational Communication (ILCE)