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Antonia Gimenez

Antonia Gimenez

Antonia Gimenez, known as The Architect of Business®, is a pioneer of the new discipline The Business Architecture and Target Operating Models (TOM). She is also the founder and CEO of ecosysBiz®, a highly brand-driven and disruptive service to organizations worldwide. She is a highly recognized Lead Business Architect Target Operating Model expert with a strong track record of over two decades helping global organizations execute their multibillion-dollar strategies involving cost reduction and revenue generation. Antonia has been successfully helping global organizations to execute and sustain strategy, including Citigroup, Credit Suisse, Reuters, FTSE, and HSBC IB. She also helps with consulting, including Tata Consulting Services and CAPCO, to execute their client’s strategies.

Antonia received her BA (Hons) degree in English Linguistics from Granada University in Spain and Cardiff University; her Master’s Degree in Translation, Economics, and Finance from Surry University; her Postgraduate Diploma from CEA Confederation of Business Administration; Certified Advanced Green Belt Lean Six Sigma and her Executive MBA from Imperial College (2015). She is also #1 International Best-seller for the book “Women Who Empower”. She has also received multiple global recognition awards including Top 100 successful women in business (2022) and Global Trade Award (2023) for her contribution within the field of the Business Architecture and the Target Operating Model (TOM) by GTC.

Antonia Gimenez is an opinion columnist for the CEOWORLD magazine. You can follow her on LinkedIn, for more information, visit the author’s website CLICK HERE.
Antonia Gimenez
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