Eduardo Sirotsky Melzer’s Career Achievements

Known as Duda Melzer, Eduardo Sirotsky Melzer is a Brazilian businessman and an entrepreneur. He comes from a third generation of the Sirotsky family and is also the grandson of Maurício Sirotsky, the founder of RBS Group. Melzer has managed to build a name for himself in the business world. Ever since graduating, Melzer has managed to make an impact in the business sector. He became the President and Chairman of RBS Group when he replaced his uncle, Nelson Pacheco Sirotsky as the Executive Chairman of RBS Group.

He is also the founder of e.Brick Digital which is part of RBS Group and invests in digital companies with operations in the United States and Brazil.

In an article on clicrbs, through the knowledge that he acquired from the Pontifical Catholic University of Rio Grande do Sul and Harvard University, he has managed to leave a mark in the business world. He is currently with Mercosul Biennial, which is an international contemporary art show that is scheduled to take part in Porto Alegre. He is also the director of Wine.com.br, which is the largest wine shop in South America.

Melzer began his career in the United States where he worked at Delphi Corporation as the Senior Financial Analyst. His passion and knowledge for the communication industry led him to work at Box Top Media as Director General.

Melzer attended the Pontifical Catholic University of Rio Grande do Sul where he graduated with a degree in Business Administration in 1998. He later joined Harvard University and graduated with an M.B.A.

After working as Senior Financial Analyst at Delphi Corporation and serving as the Director General of Box Top Media and the Family Communication Media, he joined RBS Group as the Director General for the National Market in 2004. He rose through the management ranks until he became the company’s CEO.

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Check out his website: http://eduardosirotskymelzer.com/

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