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Michal Kutzendörfer je v oboru už přes 20 let. Vše začalo studiem zaměřeném na investiční fondy, kapitálové trhy a finance na Institutu ekonomických studii Karlovy Univerzity v Praze, kde si rozšiřoval své původní vysokoškolské vzdělání v oblasti materiálového inženýrství. Finální specializací bylo investování, a to do tehdy dynamicky se rozvíjejících akciových trhů v regionu Střední a Východní Evropy. V rámci tohoto studia absolvoval stáž na fakultě aplikované ekonomie na univerzitě v Belgii.

Od 90. let působil na několika manažerských pozicích ve společnosti Telefonica O2 (původně Český Telecom), kde participoval na rozšiřování zahraničních aktivit a na prodeji a rozvoji služeb pro globální telekomunikační hráče. Zkušenosti s IT trhem získal spoluprací s technologickou společnosti NVision, ve které se staral o prodej a rozvoj obchodu v oblasti Střední Evropy a Balkánu.

Nabyté zkušenost posléze investoval do vlastního projektu Apelby Communications se zaměřením na telekomunikační odvětví. Vybudoval ho od nuly až na pozici globální společnosti působící na pěti světových kontinentech.

Po oslnivém úspěchu firmu předal, aby se mohl naplno věnovat současné společnosti Wittigsberg, kterou vede společně s interním týmem a spolupracuje s více než 50 externími profesionály.

Michal Kutzendörfer k trhu přistupuje s pečlivě nabytým know-how a zkušenostmi, které neustále doplňuje o aktuální trendy.