Master Alejandro Allera
Teaching department :
Marketing, Sales and Communication Department
Alejandro Allera has more than 25 years of professional experience in the public and private sectors. He holds a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration (Marketing specialization) and a Master in Politics and Public Management. In the academic world, he has 17 years’ experience as a professor of International Entrepreneurship, International Marketing, International Strategy, Intercultural Administration and Export Projects. He was for 7 years a manager at the TEC de Monterrey, Campus Guadalajara, as Director of the Master's Program in International Business and previously as Director of the Bachelor's Program in International Business. He also was for 6 years Director of the Public Agency for international trade and investment in Mexico and has worked for some international companies, such Quaker Oats. Within MBS, he was part of the Accreditation Office, working for AMBA, AACSB and EPAS International Accreditation. He is also a Faculty Member.
Selected Intellectual Contributions
2018: Supervision of 20 master thesis, Montpellier Business School, France.
2016 -2018: Member of the Board of AMEB (Asociación Mexicana de Exbecarios de los Estados Unidos, capitulo Occidente)
Allera A. 2015. Towards a modern state: study cases for public policy of international trade in the State of Jalisco. Mémoire de Master/Master thesis. ITESO, Mexico.
2015-2016: Member of the Board of Experts at the Council of Industrial Chambers of Jalisco, Mexico.
2011-2013: Deputy Chairman in the Academy of International Business at TEC de Monterrey University, Mexico.
2011-2012: Member of the Foreign Trade Experts Group at the Guadalajara Chamber of Commerce, Mexico.
2011-2012: Founding member of the Forum, an online Business Publication in the newspapers of Grupo Reforma.
2010-2015: Chairman and Board Member of the International Trade Committee of the American Chamber, Guadalajara, Mexico.
Allera A. 2006. Bringing the poor into the export process: The importance of diversity, differentiation and public-private partnerships as an economic engine from the local approach. World Trade Center (UNCTAD-WTO).
2000-2003: Vice President and Treasurer of COPARMEX. Young Entrepreneurs Commission.
International Business, International Economy, Leadership, International Entrepreneurship