Arunabha Chakraborty

Graduate in M.Sc in Business Administration

34 years • Rome


I am a graduate student in the M.Sc Business Administration course at University of Rome "Tor Vergata" in Marketing and Sales. I have been always interested in building an international career in the area of Marketing and Sales. I like to travel and experience multicultural environments, as you can see I did my masters in Italy and 3-months internship in Germany and would like to work in an organization where my education, skill sets and experience will be put to good use. I am sure if I get chance I shall make the best use of my education and experiences.


Administrative SkillsInterpersonal SkillsNegotiation SkillsCRM DatabasecrmQuoting ProcessCommunication SkillsSalesCold CallingMicrosoft Office


International Sales Executive

07-2017 - 10-2017 Energy / Materials / MechanicsWorking as an ‘International Sales Executive’ where I deal with the North American and Canadian clients, contact and acquisition of new customers, customer relationship management, follow up new and existing customers in the CRM database. Maximize all opportunities in the process of closing a sale resulting in increased market share globally

Education & training

University Of Rome Tor Vegata, Rome, Italy

2014 - 2017 Metropolitan City of Rome, Metropolitan City of RomeMarketing, Sales, Consulting

My qualities

Team player

Languages spoken

  • English


  • Italian


  • Hindi


  • Bengali

    Native language

Non-Work Related Experience

Marketing Simulation Game

Stratx Simulations
12-2015 - 12-2015

Markstrat is a strategic marketing simulation which offers MBA students and professionals a risk-free platform to test theories and make decisions. Thanks to this marketing strategy simulation game every aspect is real: from competitive forces to the effects of sales, distribution, R&D and advertising. Each team’s actions will have direct consequences on the market, thus competitive analysis is a must. Competitor actions and reactions, new product launches, sales and distribution strategies all define how teams will manage their own product portfolio, R&D projects, positioning, pricing and distribution channels. Teams must plan not only for short-term profits, but also for long-term objectives; the name of the game is not just tactics, but long-term strategy.

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