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Career Paths: Despina Theodosiou, Tototheo Maritime

Mrs Theodosiou shares one of the best advice she has ever received which has helped her since the beggining of her career, while when someone once told her to ‘give it up’ she refused to take these words into consideration. To the opposite, ‘be ambitious, decide what you want to do and pursue it’, are worthwhile beliefs.

Career Paths: Lena Gothberg, Shipping Podcast

Although she started her career in industry by coincidence, Mrs Göthberg admits that shipping has gained her interest due to its people, the international business environment and its global reach.

Career Paths: Karin Orsel, MF Shipping Group

Mrs. Karin Orsel, Chief Executive Officer (CEO), MF Shipping Group notes that industry needs a different approach on issues related to Human Element, both onboard and ashore. Although she joined the shipping industry by coincidence, she would love to do it all over again; with the same steps and mistakes because learning from failure is a key to success.

Career Paths: Frank Coles, Transas

What are a few unique pieces of career advice that nobody ever mentions?  What are actually beneficial to a career? Who is the most influential mentor to you? These and more we ask people of a noteworthy career to share their views and tips for an ideal path into maritime business.

Career Paths: Dorothea Ioannou, American Club

SAFETY4SEA is pleased to announce “Career Paths” column, which is both featured in monthly SAFETY4SEA Log magazine and online, hosting industry experts who present briefly an overview of their personal path towards their goals and objectives.

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