Rise to the top: Oscar Villarreal

Posted: November 24, 2014 in Business

Oscar Villarreal has risen to the top of his industry. A successful businessman that has a track record of significant business dealings in Mexico and the United States, Villarreal has quickly risen to the position of a leading international businessman in the oil industry. It’s a great story of success that starts out with his arrival in the United States as an international exchange student from the country of Mexico. Once he arrived at Baldwin-Wallace College in Berea, Connecticut to begin his undergraduate studies in Engineering, he shone as a student from the very beginning. He was even chosen to study abroad at the University of Geneva in Switzerland for some time. He moved on from there to begin his education in pursuit of advanced studies at the Harvard University Business School. He specialized in a concentrated program on Geopolitical Studies and Energy Development.

Oscar Villarreal

Oscar Villarreal

Villarreal embarked on his public journey when he started his career as an intern at a technology startup. No more than three years past by that he had risen to the role of responsibility for the company, in charge of increasing international business volume. One of his earliest deals as a young executive was the successful contract of some seventy five million dollars with a steel maker out of Mexico. It was the company’s largest contract at that point in time. Villarreal took that early success and has rolled in his experience and education into one successful story after another. Today Villarreal is a successful business man in the industry of oil technology. Focused on advanced oil drilling techniques, he enjoys a significant executive position in this important and growing industry.


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