Tech knows no boundaries and its key players work in a global market-place which means Tech employees need cultural fluency. We have worked with some of the world’s largest tech companies through to start-ups who are looking to expand their global footprint.
The legal landscape has transformed over the past twenty years as local firms became global firms and most of the world’s great global law firms have come to Global Business Culture to help them improve their lawyers’ ability to work cross-border.
The Covid pandemic has shone a spotlight on the importance of Pharma companies being able to work nimby across borders and we are proud of the work we have done with a number of major players in this vital sector.
Money is a truly global commodity and Finance is a truly global industry which probably accounts for why our client portfolio includes some of the world’s largest banks, most prestigious insurance companies, accountancy firms and VC’s and PE’s.
Most manufacturers rely on a global supply chain and sell globally, and therefore developing cultural fluency amongst the key employee-base is a must. We have worked across a number of manufacturing sub-sectors such as automotive, aerospace and defence and consumer goods.
All Universities work within a complex global environment and we have helped many leading institutions work more effectively cross-border. This has included working with faculty, international departments, and students – all of whom need to be able to function across cultures and languages.