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Daniel Suárez García

WHO

Daniel Suárez García

AREA

Operations & Technology

Professor Daniel Suarez teaches Operations Management at IE Business School since 2010. His teaching activity is done at the same time he works actively at managing positions at Industry. He has recently become CEO of BRALO Group, a Spanish multinational company, manufacturing at Spain, Mexico and China, and having subsidiaries across Europe in 7 different countries

Formerly he worked at BORGERS, as managing director of Madrid Manufacturing plant, where he worked before as Technical Director. His professional experience is clearly related to production, product design and all items related to Continuous Improvement and Lean Management.

He has a broad experience managing teams and transformation projects. On one side he managed unification project of 2 BOSCH plants in Madrid region, and afterwards transforming BORGERS manufacturing site at Madrid, initially as Technical Director and afterwards as Managing Director.

He has been teaching continuously at IE Business School since 2010 after finishing his Executive MBA program. Along these years he has been teaching almost in every program at IE, not only in Spanish but also in English. His experience along these years has been not only in Face to Face programs, but also in On Line

Corporate Experience

• CEO, BRALO Group, Spain, 2019-Actualmente

• Managing Director, BORGERS, Spain, 2014-2019

• Technical Director, BORGERS, Spain, 2011-2014

• Operations Director, BOSCH, Spain, 2008-2011

• Manufacturing and Engineering Manager, BOSCH, Spain, 2005-2008

• Process Engineer, BOSCH, Spain, 2003-2005

• Planning and Tool design engineer, Mercedes Benz, Spain, 2000-2003

• Product engineer, CADTECH, Spain, 1999-2000

Academic Experience

• Adjunct Professor of Operations IE Business School, Spain, 2010-Present

Academic Background

• Executive MBA, IE Business School, Spain, 2008

• Mechanical Engineer, Escuela Técnica Superior de Ingenieros Industriales, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain, 1999