Interview with Mario González
We had the pleasure of interviewing our colleague Mario González, responsible for commercial development for passenger solutions in Mexico. A friendly conversation in which we tried to get to know him a bit better.
1. For those who don´t know you, how would you define yourself?
I am an outgoing, responsible and proactive person. I am 100% committed to my projects, although sometimes I get a bit desperate to get what I am looking for. I consider myself as a good partner and a collaborator you can trust.
2. Can you give us an overview of your business career from its beginnings to the present?
I started my working life very early and I have had the opportunity to work in companies where values, respect for the individual, customer service and the constant search for excellence have influenced my working and personal life. Constant effort and hard work always bring good results. I am at Fagor Smart Data Services for a relatively short time, during that time I have been given the opportunity to develop the passenger transport vertical in Mexico. We have great opportunities in the market and every day I am looking for ways to develop it.
3. What has been your greatest achievement in the position you hold?
I am working at Fagor Smart Data Services for a very short time to talk about achievements, but I work every day to build and develop our business in Mexico. I have had important meetings where, without any doubt, we will begin to reap successes very soon.
4. What is the working environment with your colleagues in the company?
I have had the opportunity to meet the Fagor team only in a distance, thanks to some training courses and there is an excellent working environment, with colleagues who are always willing to support me.
5. What do you like to do in your free time?
I love to cook and I am used to prepare barbecues at home on a regular basis, where friends and family enjoy long conversations and a good time together. I also look for ways to go out from time to time to visit places with my family, now due to the contingency caused by the Covid-19, we have had to reduce it a lot, but I hope soon we can have those trips again.