Coca-Cola CEO Muhtar Kent told us about the secrets of success on his own story at Uludağ Economic Summit.
One of the businessmen who spoke at the Uludağ Economic Summit was Mukhtar Kent, who was known in the world with his successes. Rising to the post of CEO of Coca-Cola, Mukhtar Kent told the secrets of success under the title of 'My Story'.
'CASH IS RESPECTING RESPECT, KNOW IT'
Or Growth decreases as oxygen rises. Success is hard to achieve, but it's much harder to repeat, erek said Kent.
* Start at the bottom
* Love to ask questions and learn
* Never eat alone. Cooking is a very important opportunity to learn and communicate
* Carry your own bag yourself. Show that you're modest
* Manage time well
* Rear view mirror instead of glass, so look backward.
* Take your time
* Know the value of cash. The respect in cash is decreasing. This is one of the main reasons for the recent crisis in the US
* Show your character as a CEO with brave, team-working and game-building
'THE FIRST 10 PASSED IN THE TRUCKS'
Muhtar Kent, in his speech, told Coca-Cola about his career as CEO: una I started my career in 1979 in Atlanta. I applied to the ad. The first 10 was spent on the bear trucks. I sold the coke. I never forgot those months. That's where the money changes hands. If you break up there, you'il break away from everything. I still enjoy the market. In the same year I became the advertising manager of Rome. I spent two years there. Then I went to the Netherlands. I learned about human relationships. xnumx't to Turkey I was appointed as the General Manager. We were hurting every bottle we sold. Then the business began to grow. Then I was appointed to Vienna. He returned to Turkey in 1985 head of Ephesus. I understood the importance of cash here, I returned to Coca Cola in 1997, I was assigned to Asia, I understood the importance of China. I returned to the headquarters at 2005 and became CEO. X
'NOT TO COMPLETE UNIVERSITY'
Kent said that the Turkish executives would be more successful abroad. Family and character are very important. Half of the managers in Switzerland is not graduated from universities. They are going to vocational schools. Meslek