“When I started Global Business Culture nearly twenty years ago my mission was simple – I wanted to help people and organisations work more effectively across the barriers of culture, language, geography and technology and thereby make my clients more efficient and profitable.
I recognised that unknown and misunderstood global cultural differences can often make the simplest of tasks much more complex when working internationally and that greater levels of cultural fluency can really help people overcome these challenges.
During the past twenty years we have run training programmes in all continents with clients from a wide range of sectors. We aim to deliver practical, immediately applicable advice and information and work at all levels within an organisation.
We would love to discuss how Global Business Culture might be able to help your company and its employees work smarter cross-border.”
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