John Fidalgo

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Other Work Experience

  • Development of an international expansion strategy plan (Cura South Africa) covering full international business plan, market research and strategy (Brazil, Portugal, Spain, France, Germany and UK), translation of presentation and technical documents and video subtitling in English, French and Portuguese, contacts with relevant governments, investment banks and private investors (2012)

  • Important consultancy for South Africa Government international public tenders, such as railway projects, renewable energy projects and GPS ankle bracelets for parolees (2011-2012)

  • Large Import/Export (300-400 containers per year) from Asia, Europe and South America to Africa: Electric equipment, Steel, Raw Materials, Float Glass, Sanitaryware, Kitchen and Home/House appliances, ... (2007-2010)

  • Development and production of OEM brands in China (2006-2010)

  • PHP Development of a multilingual directory web portal focussed on Euro 2004 event (2003-2004)

  • Full translation of  ERP/Accountancy Software modules, manuals, help files and website (English, French and Portuguese) for Cebit IT event in Hannover (2002)

  • Development of a chart of accounts conversion module and related formulas linking various national accountancy systems: Portugal, France, Belgium and Switzerland (2002)

  • Committee member for several French IT higher education institutions (CNAM/GRETA/2ISA, France, 1996-2001)

  • Authorized Training Organization Certification (Ministry of Labour, France, 1996)

  • Authorized Microsoft System Builder (Microsoft Partner Network, France, 1996)

  • Pionneer of «PC Modding» concept (France, 1996)

  • Development of first Bulletin Board System in South West France (1993)

  • Important database recovery intervention at the Portuguese War Navy (1992)

  • Software Development: St. John’s Hospital Patients Management Software (1991)

  • Hardware & Software development: CAD digitizing device “DigiGraph” (Brazil, 1986-1987)

  • Construction of a 37” trimaran yacht using composite materials (Brazil, 1986-1988)

 
 
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