Monaco’s Junior Economic Chamber has chosen its new boss. Olivier Mura intends to boost the annual meetings for this association of young leaders.
He’s 34 years old with entrepreneurship in his blood. Olivier Mura is the new president of the Junior Economic Chamber of Monaco. He succeeds Thierry Chausse and is clearly fit for the role: the new president has chosen to place this year’s new mandate in action. Normal for this young entrepreneur who has been working for a decade in the automobile field. Firstly, in his family’s business in Nice where he made his debut. Then for six years in the Principality at My Way Monaco.
The family spirit
A member of the JEC Monaco for four years, he chose to apply for presidency in July.
“In 2013, after personal problems, I found passionate friends and a real family at the JEC. By becoming president, I want to give back what the JEC has brought me,” said Olivier Mura, whose mandate came into effect last January, but was officially inducted last week.
“When you are an entrepreneur, belonging to the JEC Monaco helps your personal development but also helps professional networking.
Internationally, Olivier Mura intends to give visibility to the Principality at the World Congress of Junior Economic Chambers in Amsterdam.
“We want to propose a time to talk about Monaco and put it in front of business players.”
Among the desires in sight for the new president is a redesign for the Company Creation Contest to revive and increase the number of participants. Another objective is to open up the country’s current issues in order to link the association’s sixty or so members (from 18 to 40 years old) to these concerns.
“One year of presidency is short, but it will be intense,” he promises.