Interview with Stella Zenios: Executive Director, Exsus International Ltd

Published on March 8, 2022

Stella Zenios: Encourage the female youngsters of today to focus on the STEM principle for their education: Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. These principles are core for their future growth in what was initially thought of as purely a male working role.

 

 

 

1. Stella, two years after the introduction of COVID-19 in our life. How EXSUS have managed to face its negative impact to our businesses? Like so many other companies at the time, Exsus regrouped and prioritised a smarter plan for the company. Under the guidance of our CEO, Exsus homed in on providing our clients with timely and mutually beneficial options for growing their business, and ours.

2. How you, as Exsus, are facing the future? With excitement and positivity, and a true belief that we can provide advantageous options for moving business forward – for both the clients, and ourselves.

 

 

3. I have noticed an impressive presence of Exsus on social media during the last few months. Is
this part of your marketing policy? If yes, what are the results so far?

 

Yes, Exsus has fully embraced social media options in order to globally provide clients/potential clients with information on our company: the results thus far have been really
positive and beneficial.

4. Business Networking: do you believe is important in our life? What about the International Business Conferences organised by the Great Britain-Cyprus Business Association in London?

Networking is key to growing any business. I was fortunate to become part of the GB/Cyprus Business Association in its early days and have subsequently met, and interacted with, some of its key members.

5. 8th March is Woman’s Day. How important is woman’s contribution in our life?

Both men and women are key to life in general! However, as women tend to have an alternative path to critical thinking, their viewpoints should be shared and considered as viable options: the end aim is the same – success! [And don’t forget a key plus to a woman’s thinking – they are great organisers

6. Statistics show that women in employment are equal with men as regards numbers. However, same statistics show that the presence of women in top jobs is much lower than men.
Your comments: Thinking positively; the figures for women in key jobs is increasing – and will continue to do so.

7. What do you believe should be done to see more women in key posts of our
businesses?

Encourage the female youngsters of today to focus on the STEM principle for their education: Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. These principles are core for their future growth in what was initially thought of as purely a male working role.

8. 3 women-legends; just names.
Marie Curie, Grace Hopper and Maya Angelou

9. What is your advice to young and ambitious women entering the business world with dreams, aiming to reach their targets?
Simple; never give up and focus on the end game – you will get there.

10. Your last message to all our readers in Cyprus, the UK and worldwide.

Hello to those of you I have met and interacted with thus far. To those readers I do not know, I hope to be able to do so in the not-too-distant future. And may you all be safe, happy and healthy.

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