Annika Jostmeier joined Conway in 2014 after working for the Volkswagen Group (VW) in India, where she was responsible for the coordination, analysis and identification of strategic market opportunities for VW in India and
contributed to the successful integration of VW India as a foreign subsidiary within the VW Group.
Annika’s involvement in corporate decision-making processes and transnational project management has provided her with first-hand experience in foreign direct investment, making her a valuable asset that strengthens Conway’s
ability to deliver results across various industries and geographies.
At Conway, Annika assists different government agencies in identifying and attracting investment opportunities. She has also worked on various projects to develop FDI strategies and has helped to develop applicable analysis for site
selection advisory projects. She has profound knowledge of methods, tools and relevant data sources to successfully develop strategies to attract FDI projects from selected industry sectors and geographic source markets.
Annika graduated in Business Administration, specializing in International and Strategic Management at the Berlin School of Economics and Law, Germany and the Universidad Mayor de Santiago de Chile. In addition to German, she speaks fluent English and basic Spanish, Portuguese and Hindi.
The FDI Minefield – Global trends & Location risk factors
Global FDI dropped 16% in 2017. Is this the new normal, or an aberration? What are the current trends and major factors behind this and what should you look out for in 2018? This session will analyse the current global and regional FDI trends and showcase some of the key drivers and risk factors impacting corporate location decisions.