Let’s meet one of our team members from Incap Slovakia! Vlasta Vrablova is the Manager of the Account Management department. Find out more about her background, experience at Incap and some other interesting facts!
Before working at Incap Vlasta worked for Johnson Controls in Namestovo for 2 years. She started to work there as a buyer of PCB boards and after about a year Vlasta was promoted to the position of Launch Engineer, where she was responsible for change management of direct materials. Prior to that Vlasta lived and worked in the United Kingdom for 7 years. During this period she worked for DHL as a Supply Chain Controller for a wine contract customer. Before starting her career, Vlasta actually studied pedagogy as she wanted to become an English teacher.
“I joined Incap while it was still AWS in 2014 as a Senior Account Manager. The company started to grow at that point and some changes were required within the company structure. The position was newly created in Slovakia, however it was already in place at our UK factory and they offered great support. The goal was for Slovakian factory to get in line with the UK factory in as many areas as possible, both management and process wise. I have been
in my role since then,” said Vlasta.
Her main responsibility as a Manager is to directly manage the account management department. Vlasta is responsible for monitoring the Account Manager Performance (sales forecast, stock monitor, material cost analysis) and deciding on measures aimed at fulfilling the monthly and yearly plans. She is also the first point of escalation for customer concerns or internal issues that could affect customer satisfaction.
Vlasta is married and has two children. Her daughter is 17 and her son is 9 years old. “As a family we like going on short trips around Slovakia. There are a lot of beautiful places to visit here. I also like some sports, so when we have time we go cycling and I also do a bit of running. In addition, I enjoy reading a good book.
We are happy to have you in our team, Vlasta!