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Lev Mikulitski

Founder at Mikulitski Critical Consulting

Rehovot, Israel

Lev Mikulitski is an Israeli Strategic Planner and Growth Expert with his vision firmly fixed on a bright and innovative future. With extensive hands-on experience transforming businesses, Lev is a powerhouse of passionate expertise. He is an inquisitive mind that never stops questioning and embraces every experience as a stepping-stone to a constantly evolving level of success. He's a treasure trove of managerial secrets that will empower individuals and businesses to act today
in a way that keeps them relevant tomorrow. Lev is happily married and has two kids.

Lev's passion for Innovation, Strategy, and Growth is rooted in a commitment to human evolution and community. It's an approach that has never failed him in helping businesses to reach their potential. Master in embracing the unknown, Lev approaches business with a wider perspective than most. He has identified the crucial pillars of success that must be in place, in both our business and our private lives, to develop a genuinely valuable impact on the world.

Lev holds a BS.c degree in Management and Economics, M.B.A Marketing (Magna Cum Laude),
and various international diplomas from the top academic institutions and commercial firms including the Harvard Business School (HX), London Business School, Duke University, Boston Consulting Group, and more. Also for the past couple of years, Lev served as a Consumer Behaviour lecturer at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

Driven by truth, knowledge, professionalism, endless curiosity, and an unwavering belief in the power of connection, Lev is fast growing his reputation as a Strategic Growth and Go-To-Market expert of the future. With his sights secured on ‘what's next' and a wealth of insight from his wealth of experience in transforming businesses, he holds the powerful ability to shift dreams to reality on both a personal and professional level for his clients and followers.

Available For: Advising, Consulting, Speaking
Travels From: Israel
Speaking Topics: Innovation, Capital, Sustainability

Company Information

Company Type: Individual

Areas of Expertise

Business Strategy
Change Management
Climate Change
Customer Experience
Entrepreneurship
Future of Work
Healthtech
Innovation
Leadership
Management
Marketing
Renewable Energy
Sustainability

Industry Experience

Agriculture & Mining
Consumer Products
Healthcare
Professional Services

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Publications

4 Miscellaneouss
The opportunities that lie in turning cities into smart and sustainable.
https://www.mikulitski.com/blog
January 14, 2021
As 68% of the world population projected to live in urban areas by 2050, we better ask the question, what is it that makes a city "sustainable". And the answer that I want to give through this article is twofold. One, is that it is a green city. Green in the literal sense that there are parks and places of people and open areas combined, but also green in the sense that its economic impact on the environment, the ecological footprint of the city is also limited. The other dimension of a sustainable city is that it is resilient. Why resilient? Because we in the age of the Anthropocene, in the era of planetary boundaries, in a period where whether we like it or not, we are going to be experiencing more jolts of human induced climate change. Know that the cities are going to be buffeted. If the cities are on the coasts, and sea levels are rising, what that means in terms of vulnerability to storm surges more intense cyclones and other storms, other dislocations, is very great. And so cities need to prepare for those shocks, not as disasters that seemingly come out of the blue, but rather as known, even if unpredictable specific events that need to be prepared for with significant care.

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Tags: Climate Change, Leadership, Sustainability

The most conservative investment bodies adjust investment strategies towards sustainability.
https://www.mikulitski.com/blog
January 14, 2021
Albert Einstein said, “In the middle of difficulty opportunity lies.” The consensus among the nations on sustainable development goals is the opportunity to abridge the shortcomings in our national policies, global businesses, and investment focus areas. To achieve the goals and objectives of the SDGs we must use our resources wisely as there will never be enough resources to put separate funding for all the problems at once.

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Tags: Climate Change, Leadership, Sustainability

Looking for a new horizon for your Investments? you'll find it here.
https://www.mikulitski.com/blog
December 01, 2020
Since the last decade, we are having a lot of debate and focus on climate change. Climate change is the buzzword these days and the activism for its advocacy is gaining momentum with every passing day. It is becoming the core area of focus for industries, corporations, tech giants, investors, and governments. People across the globe are either directly or indirectly affected by climate change. The gravity of the issue can be estimated from the various UN reports which indicated that climate change can lead to dire consequences ranging from food scarcity to active war zones across the globe.

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Tags: Sustainability

Who should pay for a better future?
https://www.mikulitski.com/blog
December 01, 2020
The Sustainable Development Goals (SDG), in order to be achieved, are going to require a lot of investment. A lot of new infrastructures are going to have to be built, water desalination systems, waste recycling systems. A lot of new kinds of power plants are going to have to be constructed. A lot of healthcare outlays will be required. A lot of education outlays will be required... And many more.

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Tags: Leadership, Sustainability

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