Mihaela Muruianu

business development and relationship manager

  • LocationLondon, United Kingdom



  • Legal
  • Business Development Industry Networking
  • French
  • New Product Development
  • Project Prod MGT
  • Networking Communication
  • Creative Thinker and Problem Solver
  • Spanish
  • Communication Presentation
  • French
  • New Product Ideas
  • Relationship Building and Management
  • Russian
  • European Languages
  • Romanian

Work history


Business Development & Relationship Manager

Mind Pump Studio

Nov 2013
  • Co-invented and developed an idea from concept to monetization: Lapkin, the first biodegradable and disposable laptop keyboard cover. Currently selling on Amazon, eBay, Rakuten and www.lapkin.co.uk. I was in charge of customers and stakeholders relationship management, legal and business development.


Project Management Intern

Petrom Moldova

Aug 2008 - Mar 2009
  • Together with the PR team I worked on the launch of a luxury boutique hotel . Main duties: assisting the project manager in managing the relationships with: suppliers, customers, partners and stakeholders.



Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Management

Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine

Sep 2012 - Sep 2013
  • the process of starting and developing an idea from concept to realisation



UKBA Graduate Entrepreneur Endorsement

  • I was twice endorsed by Imperial College London for the Tier 1 Graduate Entrepreneur Visa, both times resulting in an approval of the visa by the UKBA. The endorsements (only 10 available) were issued based on the strength of the business idea and the business plan presented. http://wwwf.imperial.ac.uk/business-school/community/lapkin/


Imperial College video challenge competition, worth

  • Created a viral video that scored the most number of views within a month. Overreached the 50k views target in less than 2 weeks. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JjY5YGAkZ_Q


Second place during the Management of Design Competition, Imperial College London.

  • Redesigned the service for a National Gallery visitor.


Imperial College Business School budget design challenge

  • Scored 1st place for the challenge of designing a symbol of London with only