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“Corporate culture vs. national culture” positive aspects while trading with Latin America

What are the most important traits coming from the Latin American culture that impact performance of the region’s companies and how can we use this insight to improve our trade and relationship with other countries?

Based on the framework of the book, “Fish can’t see water” (Denmark’s awarded best management book of the year in 2013), written by Richard D. Lewis and Kai Hammerich, both cross-cultural experts will lead an unique presentation to rediscover the Latin American Business Culture.

Enriched with selected top managers’ experiences and insights in this region. We will substantiate the theory with the experience. To be linked during a panel discussion aimed to identify the most relevant factors and their exploitation.

Join the LATAM BUSINESS NETWORK’s next event to learn better the relevant factors to be implemented for a succesfully trading experiences with Latin America. Closing the gap between your business and Latin America!

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Event details:

DATE: Tuesday 29th of September 2015
TIME: 17:00 -20:30
VENUE: Zunfthaus zur Zimmerleuten, Limmatquai 40, 8001 Zürich
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?  Top tier management interested in learning more about national culture’s potential to influence corporate culture while impacting the success of global companies. Seeking for a deeper understanding of the Latin American business culture and identifying the untapped opportunities. Latin American Ambassadors  will be invited allowing you a great networking opportunity. Do don’t miss the chance to exchange your ideas personally with Mr. Kai Hammerich.

FEE:  CHF 280.00 VAT not included. Fee includes a free copy of the book “Fish can’t see water” with a market value of CHF 45 and networking ápero.

ATTENTION: Limited seating available ( 35 persons) .




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