MBA University of New York in Prague, Czech Republic
B.A. Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel
Eyal Frayden holds a B.A. in Management and Marketing from Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel, a third year Honor Student who also graduated with honor and an M.B.A with a concentration in Marketing from University of New York in Prague, Czech Republic. Eyal is currently working as a lecturer at Charles University in Prague, as an adjunctive lecturer at the International Schiller University in Heidelberg, Germany and as a lecturer at University of New York in Prague. Also worked as a Research Assistant and as a Teaching Assistant within the classes "Introduction to Law", "Contracts and Business Law", "Principles of Marketing" and "Foundations of Business Thought" at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (IL) and as a Teaching Assistant at the International YMCA University of Applied Science in Kassel, Germany. Besides his teaching activities, he is currently working as the Director of Business Development in a top leading Nearshoring IT company based in Prague.
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